polymorphic

[adj] - (biology) relating to the occurrence of more than one kind of individual (independent of sexual differences) in an interbreeding population 2. [adj] - having or occurring in several distinct forms
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Polymorphic

Polymorphic: Pertaining to a polymorphism, a variation in the DNA that is too common to be due merely to new mutation. A polymorphism must have a frequency of at least 1% in the population. Examples of polymorphic genes include those for sickle cell disease, thalassemia and G6PD deficiency. These genes are widely believed to offer an advantage agai...
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Polymorphic

Pol`y·mor'phic adjective Polymorphous.
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polymorphic

<biology> Occurring in several or many forms, appearing in different forms at different stages of development. ... Origin: Gr. Morph = form ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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polymorphic

polymorphous adjective having or occurring in several distinct forms; `man is both polymorphic and polytypic`; `a polymorphous god`
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polymorphic

polymorphous adjective relating to the occurrence of more than one kind of individual (independent of sexual differences) in an interbreeding population; `a polymorphic species`
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polymorphic

(pol″e-mor´fik) occurring in several or many forms; appearing in different forms in different developmental stages.
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Polymorphic

• (a.) Polymorphous.
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polymorphic

(poly- + Gr. morph form) occurring in several or many forms; appearing in different forms at different stages of development.
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polymorphic

polymorphism, polymorphic, polymorphous Occurring in several or many forms; appearing in different forms at different stages of development.
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polymorphic

having several or many morphological variants.
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polymorphic

Type: Term Pronunciation: pol′ē-mōr′fik Definitions: 1. Occurring in more than one form. Synonyms: multiform, pleomorphic1, pleomorphous, polymorphous
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Polymorphic

Having more than one form (e.g., polymorphic gene loci have more than one allele).
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polymorphic

of several different kinds (in respect to shape and/or size).
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polymorphic

with many morphological variants
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Polymorphic

Having two (then called dimorphic) or more distinct colour morphs within a species, independent of age, sexual, seasonal or subspecific variation, e.g. Mountain Wheatear.
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Polymorphic

A species having several forms independent of the variations of sex.
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Polymorphic

having more than one distinct form
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polymorphic

Consisting of many forms; a variable species.
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Polymorphic

having more than one distinct form
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polymorphic

Highly variable in structure or sequence.
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