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Natural Morphology


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A Fibring Semantic or the Semantic-Morphological Interface in Natural Language

Maintenance of strong morphological differentiation despite ongoing natural hybridization between sympatric species of Lomatia (Proteaceae)

Natural head posture, upper airway morphology and obstructive sleep apnoea severity in adults

Natural genetic variation for morphological and molecular determinants of plant growth and yield

Locomotor performance in a running toad: roles of morphology, sex and agrosystem versus natural habitat

Variation in flooding-induced morphological traits in natural populations of white clover (Trifolium repens) and their effects on plant performance during soil flooding

Natural Hybridization between a Deciduous (Nothofagus antarctica, Nothofagaceae) and an Evergreen (N. dombeyi) Forest Tree Species: Evidence from Morphological and Isoenzymatic Traits

Morphological and molecular typing of the below-ground fungal community in a natural Tuber magnatum truffle-ground

Natural history and morphology of the hoverfly Pseudomicrodon biluminiferus and its parasitic relationship with ants nesting in bromeliads

Dietary calcium, phosphorus, and phytase effects on bird performance, intestinal morphology, mineral digestibility, and bone ash during a natural necrotic enteritis episode

Foliar morphological and physiological plasticity in Picea abies and Abies alba saplings along a natural light gradient

 

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The approach known as N[atural] M[orphology] originated from the attempt to describe and explain certain universal tendencies, e.g. the preference for forming complex words by addition of material. Thus Eng. ...

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