Color polymorphism is often referred to as being "independent" of sex, age, and season, meaning that all morphs
occur in both sexes and morph
type does not change with age or time of year.
Although the honey bees were more active than flies, the 2 insects preferred the S inflorescences as a food resource, as demonstrated by more feeding events on this morph
Nearly 200 Morphs
drew an even larger crowd of human onlookers at the Tate Modern gallery on London's South Bank.
and Chaz appear in five photographs in Esquire, on sale on February 5.
The only problem, though, as Safire pointed out, is that morph
is derived from the wrong half of the word.
They will automatically adjust and/or reconfigure themselves according to their immediate system needs and be able to virtually morph
(growing and contracting at will) to meet almost all on-demand needs, all with either pre-designed human involvement (decision making points, particularly when you are just starting your deployment) or eventually without any human intervention at all.
But when did some musical quietly morph
into a dansical?
requires no user interaction, is inexpensive, uses dynamic vertex correspondence, and follows nonlinear vertex paths.
The software makes it very easy to add animation to images through morph
movies and warp photos.
For even as one registers how the meaning of a glance changes when the husband and wife who swap it morph
seconds later into father and son, or mother and son, the stronger note is a mood of harmonious coidentity.
Using data from 1,186 antlers collected from moose harvested in southeastern Norway during 1950-1997, I tested the widely held hypothesis that the cervine morph
has become the predominant antler type in Norway.
The five main characters have special powers which enable them to morph
(transform) into animals.