Related formshet·er·o·mor·phism, het·er·o·mor·phy, noun
Examples from the Web for heteromorphic
I find that the mid-styled (by variation) P. sinensis is more fertile with own pollen, even, than a heteromorphic union!More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin
Heteromorphic, het-e-ro-mor′fik, adj. deviating in form from a given type—also Heteromor′phous.
Organic development is not like crystallisation; it is heteromorphic crystallisation, so to speak.Herbert Spencer|J. Arthur Thomson