Definition of Morphologist. Meaning of Morphologist. Synonyms of Morphologist

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Definition of Morphologist

Morphologist
Morphologist Mor*phol"o*gist, n. (Biol.) One who is versed in the science of morphology.

Meaning of Morphologist from wikipedia

- 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...
- sciences. First of all, morphology is comparative, meaning that the morphologist examines structures in many different plants of the same or different...
- New York City) is an American vertebrate paleontologist, comparative morphologist, and systematist, and one of the founders of the use of cladistics in...
- meeting abstracts. The journal was established in 1887 by zoologist and morphologist C. O. Whitman and underwent reorganization in 1907. It is currently edited...
- Aronoff (born 1953), American musician Mark Aronoff, Canadian-American morphologist, linguist, and professor Stan Aronoff (born 1932), American politician...
- Lamarck's materialistic views) and were similar to those of German morphologists like Lorenz Oken. He believed in the underlying unity of organismal...
- naturalism, shaping much of late Victorian science. Later, the German morphologist Ernst Haeckel would convince Huxley that comparative anatomy and palaeontology...
- Mark Aronoff (/ˈærənɒf/), a native of Montreal, Quebec, is a morphologist and distinguished professor at Stony Brook University. The editor of Language...
- has been an issue of debate since the late 19th century, with some morphologists believing that they do not possess a cerebellum while others believe...
- cities, especially Addis Ababa. Chaha is known to many phonologists and morphologists for its very complex morphophonology. According to Ethnologue, the dialects...
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