Definition of Dimorph. Meaning of Dimorph. Synonyms of Dimorph

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Definition of Dimorph

Dimorph
Dimorph Di"morph`, n. [Gr. ? two-formed; di`s- twice (see Di-) + ? form.] (Crystallog.) Either one of the two forms of a dimorphous substance; as, calcite and aragonite are dimorphs.

Meaning of Dimorph from wikipedia

- ****ual dimorphism is the condition where the two ****es of the same species exhibit different characteristics beyond the differences in their ****ual organs...
- contact with a lower energy polymorph. Isomorphism (crystallography) Dimorphism (Wiktionary) "Polymorphicc transition". IUPAC Goldbook. doi:10.1351/goldbook...
- Dimorphism or dimorphic may refer to: Dimorphic root systems, plant roots with two distinctive forms for two separate functions ****ual dimorphism, a phenotypic...
- Tortoises (/ˈtɔːr.təs.ɪz/) are reptile species of the family Testudinidae of the order Testudines (from the Latin name for tortoise). They are particularly...
- Raptors are known to display patterns of ****ual dimorphism. It is commonly believed that the dimorphisms found in raptors occur due to ****ual selection...
- Nuclear dimorphism is a term referred to the special characteristic of having two different kinds of nuclei in a cell. There are many differences between...
- be used in signaling with other owls in low-light conditions. ****ual dimorphism is a physical difference between males and females of a species. Females...
- 160 kg (350 lb). While noticeable in very mature specimens, the ****ual dimorphism in size of this species is relatively modest among crocodilians. In the...
- ISSN 0025-3162. S2CID 85256742. Saunders, W. B; Spinosa, C. (1978). "****ual dimorphism in Nautilus from Palau". Paleobiology. 4 (3): 349–358. doi:10.1017/S0094837300006047...
- of decapods by the end of the period. Crabs often show marked ****ual dimorphism. Males often have larger claws, a tendency that is particularly pronounced...
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