|n.||1.||(Biol.) Same as Homomorphy.|
|2.||(Bot.) The possession, in one species of plants, of only one kind of flowers; - opposed to heteromorphism, dimorphism, and trimorphism.|
|3.||(Zool.) The possession of but one kind of larvæ or young, as in most insects.|
|Noun||1.||homomorphism - similarity of form|
|homomorphism - A map f between groups A and B is a homomorphism of A into B
f(a1 * a2) = f(a1) * f(a2) for all a1,a2 in A.|
where the *s are the respective group operations.