morphological[ mawr-fol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF morphological
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORPHOLOGICAL
The bion is the physiological, as the morphon is the morphological, individual.
Haeckel had an intense admiration for Goethe's morphological work.
"Morphological" seems quite just, but I do not see how I can avoid using it.
The morphological significance of the paraphysis is uncertain.
So far we have only learned what is not to be regarded as morphological adaptation.
In P. Wilsoni we have a wonderful example of morphological emphasis.
In their morphological characters they gradually approach the pelagic forms upwards and the abyssal downwards.
Probably all Cyclodiscaria can be derived from Archidiscus, from a morphological as well as a phylogenetic point of view.
The morphological value of such beings is the same as that of the egg of any animal.
Systemy not only the expression of morphological relationship, 455.