Definition of Morphologists

1. Noun. (plural of morphologist) ¹



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Definition of Morphologists

1. morphologist [n] - See also: morphologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morphologists

morpholino
morpholinone
morpholinones
morpholinos
morpholinyl
morpholinylthiambutene
morphologic
morphologic element
morphological
morphological adaptation
morphological features
morphological rule
morphologically
morphologies
morphologist
morphologists (current term)
morphology
morphometric
morphometrically
morphometrics
morphometries
morphometry
morphomics
morphon
morphonomy
morphophoneme
morphophonemic
morphophonemic system
morphophonemics
morphophonological

Literary usage of Morphologists

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1. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1849)
"There is, nevertheless, nothing inconsistent in this or such a system, though by the morphologists it will be denied to be philosophical. ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"For a long time morphologists did not inquire too closely into the question how ... Until a few years ago morphologists were open to the reproach that, ..."

3. The Library of Original Sources by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1907)
"... and has left this entirely physiological task to morphologists. We owe to morphologists, and not to physiologists, nearly all that we yet kr"~>«- ..."

4. General Principles of the Philosophy of Nature: With an Outline of Some of by John Bernhard Stallo (1848)
"Since the morphologists exclude purpose, their terms freedom and necessity are without a meaning; but indeed, as has been shown, their so-called necessary ..."

5. The Evolution of Man: A Popular Exposition of the Principal Points of Human by Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (1903)
"We owe to morphologists, and not to physiologists, nearly all that we yet know of Heredity and Adaptation. The latter still works as little at the functions ..."

6. A cyclopædia of biblical geography, biography, natural history, and general by John Parker Lawson, John Marius Wilson (1866)
"De Candolle, too, admits the premises whence the morphologists draw their ... Now when morphologists admit, as thev feel obliged to do, that leaf-buds are ..."

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