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An object, organism, or substance exhibiting isomorphism.


(Biochemistry) a substance or organism that exhibits isomorphism


(ˈaɪ səˌmɔrf)

1. an organism that is isomorphic with another.
2. an isomorphous substance.
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In my Designer Isomorphs (WW May 2001), the various different Isomorph genres included a few Isomorph pairings.
In these musings on Venice, Knights observes, "Browning's music inserts itself, in an isomorph of the poem's own interpolations, encouraging the sentence to spin itself out in paratactic fancies" (p.
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The presence of semicrystalline fields in a number of red bream otoliths is indicative of a partial replacement of the normal aragonite crystalline structure by vaterite, a calcium carbonate isomorph that has optical properties different from aragonite.
The rule vector of every CA can be manipulated in this way to produce a unique and distinct isomorph, so the total number of unique totalistic binary CAs is [4.
Goux sees the primary cultural isomorph of excrement-as-affective-exchange to be money--as opposed to currency, an organizing system of equivalence, which is homologous to the phallus (that other star of Ilona's Asshole).
The second was based on the principle of "qualitative informational isomorph .
In the Appendix it is shown that the solution to the model (10), (11), and (14) is isomorph to Delgado and Dumas [1991], Froot and Obstfeld [1991], Lindberg and Soderlind [1994], and Tristani [1994]:
Steadfast and resolute characters such as Colonel Onyeanatugwu, patterned after an actual Biafran Colonel Onwnatuegwu, counterpoint those characters and also Kanayo Akunnia, the protagonist and idealist whose disoriented mind the author picks as an isomorph of the general mind.
Hence, (G, o) is a groupoid principal isotope of (G, *) and (H, *) is an isomorph of (G, o).