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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

(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]
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Furthermore, there is no "way" of pulling back the valuation of labour force, since it has only monomorphisms and an empty set for its subobjects.
It can solve the isomorphic problems, such as isomorphism, subgraph isomorphism, and monomorphism. At the same time, the algorithm also provides a way to deal with the maximum matching, so it can also be used to solve the CMS problem.
Application of the functor [[GAMMA].sub.xR](-) to the monomorphism [mathematical expression not reproducible] yields a monomorphism [mathematical expression not reproducible].
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The high percentage of monomorphism (77.7% and 98.2%) in regenerated plantlets confirmed the effectiveness of shoot tip meristems as ideal sources of explants for guaranteeing true to type plantlets.
If a germinal center exhibits atypical features, including cellular monomorphism, loss of polarity, or decreased/absent tingible body macrophages or mitotic figures, the index of suspicion for a diagnosis of lymphoma should remain high and further testing should be performed, including immunohistochemical staining for im munoglobulin light chains and/or molecular genetic testing to look for evidence of a monoclonal B-cell population.
Monomorphism and polymorphism at MHC DRB loci in domestic and wild ruminants.
Paramartha and Modem Constructivism on Mysticism: Epistemological Monomorphism versus Duomorphism.
A homomorphism f : [L.sub.1] [right arrow] [L.sub.2] of lattices is called a monomorphism (resp., epimorphism and isomorphism) if f is injective (resp., surjective and bijective).
If such a homomorphism f is surjective, injective, or bijective, then f is called an epimorphism, a monomorphism, or an isomorphism from ([L.sub.1], [[cross product].sub.1], [[direct sum].sub.1]) to ([L.sub.2], [[cross product].sub.2], [[direct sum].sub.2]), respectively.
Salotra, "Genetic typing reveals monomorphism between antimony sensitive and resistant Leishmania donovani isolates from visceral leishmaniasis or post kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis cases in India," Parasitology Research, vol.