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1. A change within an intrusive igneous rock caused by the assimilation of portions of the surrounding rock.
2. A homomorphism that maps a mathematical system into itself.
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(Geological Science) geology changes in a cooling body of igneous rock brought about by assimilation of fragments of, or chemical reaction with, the surrounding country rock
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en•do•mor•phism(ˌɛn doʊˈmɔr fɪz əm, -də-)
a change brought about within the mass of an intrusive igneous rock.
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