We predicted that males and females would not display differences between sexes in selection of resources and grouping patterns because the species is monomorphic
. Determining whether male and female oryx segregate resources would be useful in assessing whether sexes should be managed separately (Clutton-Brock et al., 1982; Kie and Bowyer, 1999).
Watersiporidae) is a monomorphic
species, and zooids have minimal calcification.
The percentage of monomorphic
bands, polymorphic bands, MSB, PSB, and NPB in 3 hybrid families is shown in Table 3.
In eczema herpeticum, lesions are typically monomorphic
vesicles that evolve into pustules (10).
The first contains species with monomorphic
leaves, such as Blechnum appendiculatum, B.
Out of these 112 loci, 110 to be found polymorphic and two were monomorphic
. The primers P-72, P-96 and P-114 showed maximum number (10) of polymorphic bands.
In addition, inducible sustained monomorphic
or polymorphic ventricular tachycardia during an electrophysiology study predicted sudden death with a sensitivity of 77% and specificity of 79%.
Primary sex ratios (ratio of male:female at hatching) are difficult to determine in many spiders in which males and females are apparently monomorphic
at hatching (Foelix 1996).
A heart attack patient could have monomorphic
ventricular tachycardia, a fast heart rhythm that originates from one of the ventricles.