Definition of Isotropous

1. Adjective. Invariant with respect to direction.

Exact synonyms: Isotropic
Similar to: Identical
Antonyms: Anisotropic
Derivative terms: Isotropy, Isotropy



Definition of Isotropous

1. a. Isotropic.

Definition of Isotropous

1. Adjective. (archaic) isotropic ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isotropous

isotrivial
isotron
isotrons
isotropic
isotropic disk
isotropic environment
isotropic lipid
isotropically
isotropies
isotropisation
isotropism
isotropization
isotropizations
isotropize
isotropized
isotropous (current term)
isotropy
isotype
isotype switching
isotyped
isotypes
isotypic
isotypic variation
isotypical
isourea
isoureas
isouric
isouric acid
isovalent
isovalently

Literary usage of Isotropous

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1. The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical by Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) (1874)
"The isotropous thin band being at the side of the intermediate in fresh ... In .er case the isotropous band can be brought into view by adding cent. of ..."

2. Scientific Papers by Sir Thomas Richard Fraser, Sir Edward Albert Sharpey-Schafer, Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer, Sir William Chandler Roberts-Austen, James Foulis, George Witt, William Simpson, Robert John Lechmere Guppy, Jabez Hogg, James Glaisher (1862)
"Very often so little isotropous substance appears as to be only represented in the resting muscle by a row of points, which form coherent stripes only ..."

3. Electro-physiology by Wilhelm Biedermann (1896)
"In proportion as the segments (Q) (dark bands) imbibe water from the isotropous system, they must become not only more voluminous, but also less retractile, ..."

4. Quain's Elements of Anatomy by Jones Quain, Allen Thomson, George Dancer Thane (1882)
"... and then at a later stag« becomes accumulated against tfc- transverse membranes, while thv isotropous substance on the other hand is accumulated on ..."

5. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1881)
"92) describes the contraction as follows :—The thickness (in the length of the fibre) of the dark stripe or an isotropous substance remains the same as far ..."

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