morphologically, these so-called diphtheritic patches are identical with those which appear in the throat.
morphologically, flowers answer to shoots or branches, and their parts to leaves.
The splanchnopleure also envelops it, so that, morphologically speaking, the yolk lies within the mesenteron.
morphologically the development of man is more accentuated than that of woman.
It does not follow because these organs bear anthers that they are morphologically true stamens.
However, the latter is by no means a real, chemically and morphologically distinct, nucleus.
Trionyx ater and T. ferox resemble each other morphologically and in habitat.
However, the distinction between these substances is quite arbitrary, and neither chemically nor morphologically well defined.
For to what standard are we referring when we say that two limbs are morphologically the same?
Those who admit the presence of nuclein but say that this is not morphologically differentiated from the protoplasm as a nucleus.
morphology mor·phol·o·gy (môr-fŏl'ə-jē)
The branch of biology that deals with the form and structure of organisms without consideration of function.
The form and structure of an organism or one of its parts.
The size, shape, and structure of an organism or one of its parts. Biologists usually describe the morphology of an organism separately from its physiology. In traditional systems of taxonomy, classifications were based on the morphological characteristics of organisms. However, a method of classification based purely on morphology runs the risk of grouping together organisms that are actually relatively unrelated but have evolved similar features. In more modern systems of taxonomy, the genetic similarity of organisms, studied through the methods of molecular biology, is considered in addition to morphology when establishing taxa.