Morphology

A parameter recorded during microscopic examination of semen in the standardized breeding soundness evaluation quantifying the visual characteristics of spermatozoa, expressed as the percentage that appear normal.
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Morphology

Morphology, from the Greek and meaning `study of shape`, may mean: ...
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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

(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

(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

[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

• (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

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

syllable structure noun the admissible arrangement of sounds in words
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morphology

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

(biology) In biology, the study of the physical structure and form of organisms, in particular their soft tissues
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morphology

(languge) In the study of language, the analysis of the formation of words, the breaking-down of a language into morphemes
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Morphology

[biology] Morphology is a branch of biology dealing with the study of the form and structure of organisms and their specific structural features. This includes aspects of the outward appearance (shape, structure, colour, pattern) as well as the form and structure of the internal parts like bones and organs. This is in contrast to physiology...
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Morphology

[folkloristics] Morphology, broadly, is the study of form or structure. Folkloristic morphology, then, is the study of the structure of folklore and fairy tales. Folkloristic morphology owes its existence to two seminal researchers and theorists: Russian scholar Vladimir Propp and Finnish folklorist Antti Aarne. Antti Aarne`s theories, enla...
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Morphology

[linguistics] In linguistics, morphology is the identification, analysis, and description of the structure of a given language`s morphemes and other linguistic units, such as root words, affixes, parts of speech, intonations and stresses, or implied context. In contrast, morphological typology is the classification of languages according to...
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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

a branch of grammar which studies the structure of words
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Morphology

Dealing with form and structure.
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Morphology

External aspects of an organism, including size, shape, proportions, scales, colour. Morphometric data add a quantitative element to descriptions and can be used to make comparisons with other species.
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Morphology

form and structure of an organism
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Morphology

form and structure of an organism
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Morphology

Form or structure of an organism.
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morphology

GRAMMAR dealing with items smaller than the word such as word-formation (hat-rack) and INFLECTIONS (‘s, -ing,- ed, etc).
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morphology

Greek morphos = form, and logos = word or relation; hence, study of pattern of structure; adjective - morphological.
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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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