the name of another person taken by an author as a pen name.
a work published under a name that is not that of the author.
a name, often one of historical significance or that of another person, -ssumed by a person, esp an author
a person who practices or favors allopathy. historical examples she had tried several physicians, among them an allopath, who gave hypodermic injections of morphia, without relief. new, old, and forgotten remedies: papers by many writers various for instance, are you allopath, or a homœopath, or some hitherto untrodden path? over the plum pudding john kendrick […]
the method of treating disease by the use of agents that produce effects different from those of the disease treated (opposed to ). historical examples a school of medicine midway between allopathy and christian science. the devil’s dictionary ambrose bierce christian science and allopathy don’t mix,’ i says, ‘and you’d starve, that’s what you’d do. […]
originating in or occupying different geographical areas. historical examples smilisca sila and puma are allopatric, whereas s. sordida is broadly sympatric with both of those species. neotropical hylid frogs, genus smilisca william e. duellman the majority of the species are allopatric and differ primarily in color patterns. a taxonomic revision of the leptodactylid frog genus […]
originating in or occupying different geographical areas. adjective (of biological speciation or species) taking place or existing in areas that are geographically separated from one another compare sympatric allopatric (āl’ə-pāt’rĭk) ecology occurring in separate, nonoverlapping geographic areas. allopatric populations of related organisms are unable to interbreed because of geographic separation. ◇ the development of new […]
living or growing at different depths.