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isonome

/ (ˈaɪsəʊˌnəʊm) /
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noun
botany a line on a chart connecting points of equal abundance values of a plant species sampled in different sections of an area. Isonomes of different species from the same area are compared in studies of plant distribution
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Word Origin for isonome

C20: from iso- + Greek nomos rule, law
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