Heteromorphous


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Het`er`o`mor´phous


a.1.(Biol.) Heteromorphic.
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2) As compared to the other vascular plants, ferns exhibit a digenetic heteromorphous life cycle, including a free-living gametophyte.
No cabe duda, sin embargo, de que este libro--como asimismo afirma la autora en la introduccion--ofrece "an insight into the work of four "peripheral' writers" (1) y, en particular, en sus esteticas sincretistas, definidas por Kefala como "a certain mode of writing that puts together heteromorphous elements coming from the most varied genres, texts, traditions, ideologies and cultures" (36).
The composition of units of (lexical) meaning is heteromorphous not only with spelling but also with morphology.