Definition of morphometric in English:


Pronunciation /ˌmôrfəˈmetrik/


See morphometry

‘Alan was one of the first paleontologists to integrate multivariate statistics into morphometric studies.’
  • ‘However, that species has not been well studied and morphometric data on sexed birds are lacking.’
  • ‘For conservation purposes, quantification of level and distribution of genetic variation can be obtained from morphometric traits, enzyme loci, and DNA sequences.’
  • ‘Our second approach was to analyze all populations for morphometric separation without a priori classification by variety.’
  • ‘For the traditional morphometric analysis, morphology was described by 16 distance measurements.’