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Having or composed of parts that are similar in number or position.
- ‘Tieghem (1898) placed Aquifoliaceae near Solanaceae because of the unitegmic ovule and the isomerous stamens alternating with the petals.’
Mid 19th century: from Greek isomerēs (see isomer) + -ous.
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