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monomorphic

[¦män·ə¦mȯr·fik]
(biology)
Having or exhibiting only a single form.
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T]], then there is a regular monomorphism m : P [right arrow] P' in [sub.
In the new study, Dunham has offered one of the first new theories on lemur monomorphism in more than a decade.
jaegerianus individual sampled as a unique multi-locus genotype, which is contrary to the monomorphism found in the chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences.
For example, Mongolian cattle displayed polymorphism in all loci; swamp buffalo and river buffalo, however, showed monomorphism at four (CSSM045, ILSTS008, RM099, and HMH1R) and one (HMH1R) loci, respectively.
It is called a monomorphism if it is also injective.
Apparent monomorphism of ALDH2 in seven American Indian populations.
Extensive allozyme monomorphism in a threatened species of freshwater mussel, Margaritifera hembeli Conrad (Bivalvia: Margaritiferidae).
Since most gastrointestinal lymphomas are large B-cell lymphomas with associated monomorphism, cellular atypia, and architectural destruction (eg, eradication of glands), these conventional criteria generally have proved germane.
An injective homomorphism is called monomorphism, a surjective homomorpism is called epimorphism and a bijective homomorphism is called isomorphism.