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Morphology, from the Greek and meaning "study of shape", may mean:
- Morphology (archaeology), study of the shapes or forms of artefacts
- Morphology (astronomy), study of the shape of astronomical objects such as nebulae, galaxies, or other extended objects
- Morphology (biology), the study of the form or shape of an organism or part thereof
- Morphology (folkloristics), the structure of narratives such as folk tales
- Morphology (linguistics), the study of the structure and content of word forms
- Mathematical morphology, a theoretical model based on lattice theory, used for digital image processing
- River morphology, the field of science dealing with changes of river platform
- Urban morphology, the study of growth and development of functions in cities
- Geomorphology, the study of landforms
- Morphological analysis (disambiguation)
- Morphology (materials science), the study of shape, size, texture and phase distribution of physical objects.
- Morphology (molecular), study of how the shape and form of molecules affect their chemical properties, dynamic reconfiguration and interactions
- Morphology (Architecture and Engineering), research which is based on theories of two dimensional and three dimensional symmetries, and then uses these geometries for planning buildings and structures.
- Morphology (social), study of the form and structure of society
- Morphology (ideology), the study of the conceptual structure of ideologies, and the rules defining the admissibility of meanings into concepts.
- Morphology (journal), ISSN 1871-5621
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