Idorgan
Idorgan Id*or"gan, n. [Gr. ? form + E. organ.] (Biol.) A morphological unit, consisting of two or more plastids, which does not possess the positive character of the person or stock, in distinction from the physiological organ or biorgan. See {Morphon}.

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  • idorgan — n. [Gr. idios, personal; organon, organ] A morphological multicellular unit composing an organ, antimere, or metamere, absent of characters of an individual or colony …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

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  • 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

  • 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

  • Biorgan — Bi*or gan, n. [Gr. bi os life + E. organ.] (Biol.) A physiological organ; a living organ; an organ endowed with function; distinguished from {idorgan}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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