amorph a·morph (ā’môrf’)
A mutant gene that has no phenotypic effect.
amorphia amorphia a·mor·phi·a (ə-môr’fē-ə) or a·mor·phism (-fĭz’əm) n. The state or quality of being amorphous.
the state or quality of being amorphous. Obsolete, (def 3). Historical Examples amorphism, a-mor′fizm, n. a state of being amorphous or without crystallisation even in the minutest particles. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
adjective having no particular shape, lacking definite form; also called amorphous Examples Art students learn about amorphic and organic shapes and negative space. Word Origin from a- ‘no’ and morp ‘form’ Historical Examples The current which fused these amorphic thoughts was generated in the most commonplace manner. The Readjustment Will Irwin
lacking definite form; having no specific shape; formless: the amorphous clouds. of no particular kind or character; indeterminate; having no pattern or structure; unorganized: an amorphous style; an amorphous personality. Petrography, Mineralogy. occurring in a mass, as without stratification or crystalline structure. Chemistry. not crystalline. Biology. having structural components that are not clearly differentiated, as […]