Isomorphic meaning

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(biology) Having a similar structure or appearance but being of different ancestry.
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Related by an isomorphism.
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Having similar or identical structure or form.
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(biology) Having a similar structure or appearance but being of different ancestry.
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Related by an isomorphism.
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(mathematics) Related by an isomorphism; having a structure-preserving one-to-one correspondence.
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(biology) Having a similar structure or function to something that is not related genetically or through evolution.
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Having identical relevant structure; being structure-preserving while undergoing certain invertible transformations.
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(biol., chem.) Showing isomorphism.
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Origin of isomorphic

  • From iso- +‎ -morphic.

    From Wiktionary