The evolutionary process that gives rise to a new anatomical structure or feature; the development of a neomorph; an instance of this.
The property of being a neomorph.
The diagenetic transformation of a mineral which results in its replacement by new crystals of the same mineral or of a polymorph.
Chiefly with reference to the changes which occur in carbonate sediments, involving calcite and related minerals.
Late 19th century. From neo- + -morphism.