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An object, organism, or substance exhibiting isomorphism.
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(Biochemistry) a substance or organism that exhibits isomorphism
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(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.
(2) Cardiac-specific isomorphs of troponins T and I in adults have proved to be sensitive and specific biochemical markers of myocardial damage in acute coronary syndromes.
Structural characterization of five post-translationally modified isomorphs of a novel putative 5-conotoxin from the vermivorous snail Conus delessertii from the Mexican Caribbean Sea.
Of course, most probably they were not aware of such a distinction and treated as isomorphs the revelations in the fisi, in the immrama or in St.
It belongs to a class of materials known as sillenites [1], which includes the isomorphs [Bi.sub.12]Si[O.sub.20], BSO, and [Bi.sub.12]Ge[O.sub.20], BGO.
One should bear in mind, however, that the Estonian dialect division, which was established in its modern form by Andrus Saareste (1932), takes into account mostly the spread of phonetic and grammatical phenomena or isophones and isomorphs. Lexical relations in the Estonian linguistic area would provide a somewhat different division (see Map 4).
Assume that the norm of E is not order continuous, then it follows from Theorem 2.4.14 and Proposition 2.3.11 of [14] that E contains a sublattice isomorphs to [l.sup.1] and there exists a positive projection P from E into [l.sup.1].
It produces compositional strategies, which is important because source-target pairs are not isomorphs: Only some of the strategies might be applicable to a new game.
Further, the prescriptive value inherent in each isomorph is lost because few correspondence principles [96] exist between the isomorphs, their linkage, and the real parts of the system in the world.