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‘Numerous studies demonstrate that preschool age boys and girls incorporate communicative features that are isomorphic to those of adult male and female communication styles.’
‘Also, objects that are not isomorphic in one category might become isomorphic when a functor is applied.’
‘To separate isomorphic chromosomes, electrophoretic conditions were modified and a longer gel was used.’
‘In fact, the whole process of digital music processing is nearly isomorphic to the use of a word processor.’
‘These modern negotiations, however, shaped the basic framework of EP to be isomorphic with that of Standard Social Science.’
‘Trauma during the early stages of evolution may induce the isomorphic phenomenon to produce a linear distribution of papules.’
‘The allegorist assumes that, when virtue imitates vice at the moment of attack, it can, by that very isomorphic imitation, destroy its opposite.’
‘It is nearly isomorphic to the standard deck, in that there are 52 cards in four suits (two red and two black), with cards running Ace through King, and two Jokers.’
‘The pattern of discrimination and the map of the population found in police culture are isomorphic.’
‘This rendering is isomorphic to the corresponding subgraph in A.’
‘A visualization interface that is structurally isomorphic to the concept network will support knowledge learning more powerfully.’
‘This can be seen as isomorphic as in correspondence models.’
‘In broad terms, two sentences are intensionally isomorphic if and only if their corresponding elements are L-equivalent.’
‘Shannon found out that his equation was isomorphic with Boltzmann's equation of entropy.’
‘According to the variables necessary for filling the diagram, one establishes parallel relations of isomorphic structures’.’
‘The most important factor in creating an isomorphic training process is the reduction of hierarchy in the supervisor-trainee relationship.’
‘In this paper, we fill this gap as we identify, conceptualize, measure, and test the effects of the institutional forces that produce isomorphic behavior among firms located in different countries.’
‘It is believed that the gametophyte generation also had water-conducting tissue, cuticle, and stomata, making this species isomorphic.’
‘It could hardly be denied that there is an isomorphic relationship between the social and individual disorders of capitalism.’
‘Thus, while the three isomorphic effects can be distinguished conceptually, in empirical reality they may prove difficult to disentangle.’
1.1Having the same crystalline form.
‘Two or more isomorphic substances sometimes crystallize together to form a solid solution with a singular geometric configuration.’