isomorph

isomorph

[ahy-suh-mawrf]
noun
1.
an organism that is isomorphic with another or others.
2.
an isomorphous substance.

Origin:
1860–65; back formation from isomorphous

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isomorph (ˈaɪsəʊˌmɔːf)
 
n
a substance or organism that exhibits isomorphism

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isomorph i·so·morph (ī'sə-môrf')
n.
An object, an organism, or a substance exhibiting isomorphism.

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