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monomorphic

 [mon″o-mor´fik]
existing in only one form.

mon·o·mor·phic

(mon-ō-mōr'fik),
Of one shape; unchangeable in shape.
[mono- + G. morphē, shape]

monomorphic

/mono·mor·phic/ (-mor´fik) existing in only one form; maintaining the same form throughout all developmental stages.

monomorphic

(mŏn′ō-môr′fĭk) also

monomorphous

(-fəs)
adj.
1. Chemistry Having only one form, as one crystal form.
2. Biology Having or existing in only one form, as having only one allele of a gene or having males and females that look alike.

mon′o·mor′phism n.

mon·o·mor·phic

(mon'ō-mōr'fik)
Of one shape; unchangeable in shape.
[mono- + G. morphē, shape]

monomorphic

existing in only one form.
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An injective homomorphism is called monomorphism and a surjective homomorpism is called epimorphism.
19) reviewed several lines of evidence from DNA data and suggested that the occurrence of mutation in non-coding genes and its absence in structural genes leads to monomorphism in all enzymes.
Among the Phasianidae, Crossoptilon is one of the two genera that possess both sexual plumage monomorphism and monogamy, and its member species exhibit the strongest non-breeding gregariousness (Johnsgard 1999).