morphometry


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morphometry

(mɔːˈfɒmɪtrɪ)
n
the skill or act of measuring the external form of an object, organism, or landform

morphometry

the process or technique of measuring the external form of an object. — morphometrical, adj.
See also: Form
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Morphometry of the basin itself seems to have little effect on the vegetation that eventually develops on the peat.
Morphometry of the two collected specimens was based on Castro-Aguirre and Suarez de los Cobos (1983).
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The morphometry of each foramen was performed using a manual vernier caliper of 15 cm length with 0.
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sup][10] Nevertheless, to date, the majority of morphometric studies of T2DM have been conducted using voxel-based morphometry analysis methods or manual segmentation methods, and a relatively small sample sizes have led to conflicting results about subcortical pathology.
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