morphosynthesis

mor·pho·syn·the·sis

(mōr'fō-sin'thĕ-sis),
An awareness of space and of body schema represented in the parietal lobes of the cerebral cortex.
[morpho- + synthesis]
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Dujardin, "Ionic liquid-assisted morphosynthesis of gold nanorods using polyethyleneimine-capped seeds," RSC Advances, Vol.
Mann, "Morphosynthesis of complex inorganic forms using pollen grain templates," Chemical Communications, vol.
The group's work on supramolecular synthesis of mesostructured silica and aluminum phosphate materials with morphologies that resemble biomineralized structures such as diatoms and radiolaria (Figure 3: coined morphosynthesis) represented a first for materials chemistry.
Yu, "DNA-mediated morphosynthesis of calcium carbonate particles," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.
An exciting new direction for his group, coined morphosynthesis, yields inorganic materials with complex and natural form, suggesting methods for preparing novel materials where form controls properties, function and utility.