morphosis

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mor·pho·sis

(mōr-fō'sis),
Mode of development of a part.
[G. formation, act of forming]
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morphosis

(môr-fō′sĭs)
n. pl. morpho·ses (-sēz)
The manner in which an organism or any of its parts changes form or undergoes development.
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mor·pho·sis

(mōr-fō'sis)
Mode of development of a part.
[G. formation, act of forming]
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Blood platelets were isolated by double centrifugation taking advantage of the differences in the specific weight of the respective morphotic elements of blood.
Despite the changes in the number of the morphotic elements of blood occurring during physical exercise in water at 4[degrees]C and 25[degrees]C, no increases or decreases were observed in the reticulocyte counts, or in the number RBC with changed shapes (poikilocytosis).