Morphology

The overall projectile form outline of the artifact. Typically, falling into one of the following 8 major classifications; Lanceolate, Auriculate, Basal Notched, Stemmed, Corner Notched, Side Notched, Stemmed-Bifurcated

morphology

the branch of grammar which studies the structure or forms of words. The main branches are inflectional morphology , derivational morphology , and compounding .

Morphology

Study of the form, structure, architecture and development of organisms.

morphology

The study of the physical characters of an organism; pertaining to its form and structure, or any reference to same.

Morphology

form and structure of an organism
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morphology

n. The form and structure of anything, usually applied to the shapes, parts, and arrangement of features in living and fossil organisms.
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Morphology

River/ESTUARY/lake/seabed form and its change with time.
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morphology

[n] - studies of the rules for forming admissible words 2. [n] - the admissible arrangement of sounds in words 3. [n] - the branch of geology that studies the characteristics and configuration and evolution of rocks and land forms 4. [n] - the branch of biology that deals with the structure of animals and plants
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Morphology

a branch of grammar which studies the structure of words
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Morphology

(Morphology / morpheme (morphological)) An important aspect of grammar (along with syntax). Morphology describes the way words themselves are formed from smaller units called morphemes. A morpheme is the smallest part of any word that can create or change the word's meaning or function (e.g. un-, happy, -ness). Prefixes and suffixes (i.e. affixes ...
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Morphology

The microstructure of the solid phases of materials. The grain shapes and structure of crystals of the chemical components of a battery.
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Morphology

Morphology: 1. Literally, the study of form. The study of structure. 2. The form itself, as of an organ or part of the body.
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Morphology

The form and structure of an organism.
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Morphology

Mor·phol'o·gy noun [ Greek ... form + -logy : confer French morphologie .] (Biol.) That branch of biology which deals with the structure of animals and plants, treating of the forms of organs and describing their varieties, homologies, and metamorphoses. See Tectology , and...
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morphology

<study> A study of the configuration or the structure of animals and plants. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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morphology

noun the branch of biology that deals with the structure of animals and plants
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morphology

syllable structure noun the admissible arrangement of sounds in words
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morphology

noun the branch of geology that studies the characteristics and configuration and evolution of rocks and land forms
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morphology

(mor-fol´ә-je) the science of the form and structure of organisms. the form and structure of a particular organism, organ, tissue, or cell. adj., morpholog´ic., adj.
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Morphology

• (n.) That branch of biology which deals with the structure of animals and plants, treating of the forms of organs and describing their varieties, homologies, and metamorphoses. See Tectology, and Promorphology.
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morphology

(from the article `plastic`) The plastic behaviour of polymers is also influenced by their morphology, or arrangement of molecules on a large scale. Stated simply, polymer ...
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morphology

in linguistics, study of the internal construction of words. Languages vary widely in the degree to which words can be analyzed into word elements, ... [16 related articles]
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morphology

in biology, the study of the size, shape, and structure of animals, plants, and microorganisms and of the relationships of the parts comprising them. ... [5 related articles]
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morphology

morphology 1. A branch of biology that deals with the form and structure of animals and plants; especially, with respect to the forms, relations, metamorphoses, and phylogenetic development of organs apart from their functions. 2. The form and structure of an organism considered as a whole. 3. In linguistics, the patterns of word formation in a pa...
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Morphology

The shape and size of the particles making up the object; direct relation between these structures and materials properties (ductility, strength, reactivity...etc.).
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