Homodynamous
Homodynamous Ho`mo*dy"na*mous, a. (Biol.) Pertaining to, or involving, homodynamy; as, successive or homodynamous parts in plants and animals. [1913 Webster]

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  • homodynamous — adj. [Gr. homos, same; dynamis, power] Direct development without a resting stage …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Antimeres — Morphon Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Corms — Morphon Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Homodynamic — Ho mo*dy*nam ic, a. Homodynamous. Quain. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Metamere — Met a*mere, n. [Pref. meta + mere.] (Biol.) One of successive or homodynamous parts in animals and plants; one of a series of similar parts that follow one another in a vertebrate or articulate animal, as in an earthworm; a segment; a somite. See …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Metameres — Morphon Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Morphon — Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there are six …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Organs — Morphon Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Personae — Morphon Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Plastids — Morphon Mor phon, n. [Gr. ?, p. pr. of ? to form.] (Biol.) A morphological individual, characterized by definiteness of form, in distinction from {bion}, a physiological individual. See {Tectology}. Haeckel. [1913 Webster] Note: Of morphons there …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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