1. in a morphological manner; with regard to morphology
    these two plants are morphologically related
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How To Use morphologically In A Sentence

  • For that matter, mayflies are not morphologically so different from thysanurans that we can reject Nardi's suggestion out of hand.
  • Morphologically, these granular cells resemble the true cells of myoblastoma and have been shown to be altered smooth muscle cells.
  • All the studied species have diagnostic alleles in addition to morphologically distinctive characters.
  • Morphologically, it is difficult to relate the silicified microbes to the unsilicified or partly silicified microbes.
  • Hordeum spontaneum and H. vulgare are morphologically similar, with the cultivated form having broader leaves, shorter stem and awns, tough ear rachis, a shorter and thicker spike, and larger grains.
  • This has forced Jaeggli and Safir to weaken their hypothesis to a one-way implication: if null subjects are allowed in a language, the paradigms in that language must be morphologically uniform.
  • Living xenarthrans are represented by three morphologically distinct lineages: armored armadillos, toothless anteaters, and phyllophagous tree-sloths.
  • For the latter taxa, an alternative hypothesis would imply the iterative invasion of shelf habitats by morphologically conservative populations from shallow refugia.
  • The lymphoid cells infiltrating all the organs were small round cells with scanty cytoplasm, morphologically similar to normal lymphocytes.
  • Normal dendritic accessory cells are a large family of morphologically distinctive potent antigen-presenting cells.
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