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Morph may refer to:

Any concrete realization of a morpheme in a given utterance is called a morph. It is a physical form representing some morphemes in a language.


  • Morphs collaboration, a collaboration that studied the evolution of spiral galaxies using the Magellan and the Hubble Space Telescope


  • Morph (zoology), a visual or behavioral difference between organisms of distinct populations in a species
  • Muller's morphs, a classification scheme for genetic mutations
  • "-morph", a suffix commonly used in taxonomy


  • Morphing, in motion pictures and animations, a special effect that changes one image into another through a seamless transition
  • Morph target animation, a method of animating computer generated imagery
  • Morphic (software), user interface built out of graphical objects known as morphs
  • MorphXT, a peer-to-peer file sharing application
  • Morph, morphing software program




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