Ho`mo*mor"phism (?), n. [See Homomorphous.]
Same as Homomorphy.
The possession, in one species of plants, of only one kind of flowers; -- opposed to heteromorphism, dimorphism, and trimorphism.
The possession of but one kind of larvae or young, as in most insects.
<-- 4. (Math) A special type of mapping of one mathematical set into or onto another set . . . -->
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