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Sentence count:222Posted:2017-02-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: amorphouspsychologyornithologyanthropomorphicapologytheologygeologybiologyMeaning: [mɔr'fɑlədʒɪ /mɔː'fɒ-]  n. 1. the branch of biology that deals with the structure of animals and plants 2. studies of the rules for forming admissible words 3. the admissible arrangement of sounds in words 4. the branch of geology that studies the characteristics and configuration and evolution of rocks and land forms. 
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(1) Vertebrates have a much more intricate and sensitive morphology.
(2) Dating a skull on the morphology has also severe limitations.
(3) There are significant differences in the morphology and degree of volcanic activity associated with these two types of rift.
(4) Signal morphology was analysed by the probability density function for the amount of time the signal spent away from the electrical baseline.
(5) In addition to those with macrophage morphology, a population of smaller and more densely stained cells, could be identified.
(6) Grammar is organized along two main dimensions: morphology and syntax.
(7) Finally within the context of small-town morphology, we might briefly consider the question of the location of cemeteries.
(8) As well as the morphology, the histochemistry of the preparations was evaluated using fluorescein-conjugated antibodies.
(9) The morphology of the system was simplified in a manner suited to the recognition task.
(10) Morphology of individual colonic pressure waves has eluded reliable classification.
(11) Inevitably, therefore, our understanding of the site's morphology is considerably clearer than its progressive stages of development.
(12) After 24 h the morphology of the pachytene cells is greatly reduced.
(13) Morphology was a laboratory-based subject that did not encourage detailed study of how animals adapted to their local environment.
(14) Evolutionary Morphology Darwin himself had done extensive morphological work in a detailed study of barnacles during the 1850s.
(15) Pollen morphology of 8 genera of Chinese Umbelliferae (Apiaceae).
(16) Pollen morphology of the subtribe Hyoscyaminae (Solanaceae).
(17) Studies on the pollen morphology of Pinaceae in China.
(18) Title Pollen grain morphology in the Ericaceae.
(19) Pollen morphology of Plumbaginaceae in China.
(20) They attain complex morphology, appearing as branched[], tubular processes.
(21) Morphology of HSV-1 was identified by inverted microscope.
(22) Morphology of testes are sertoli cell only syndrome.
(23) The Table shows the relation of the number of micro-organisms with both bacterial morphology and their modes of contact with gastric epithelium.
(24) Aerial survey in particular has revealed some of the intricacies of the site's internal morphology.
(25) He had a hungry face; in it Marge detected a morphology she recognized.
(26) All nerve fibres and terminals present seemed normal in number and morphology.
(27) Further evidence contradicting the traditional symmetric rift valley model comes from observations of their morphology and surface structure.
(28) The idea of fitness is a subtle one, and depends greatly on genetic make-up rather than morphology.
(29) These aspects of language performance are more under conscious control than are aspects of sentence structure and morphology.
(30) Here, as in other areas, we see ecology emerging from a deliberate revolt against the evolutionary morphology of earlier decades.
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