# -Morphism

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## Definition of -Morphism

What does -Morphism mean?

**suffix**

- the state of having a specified shape or form

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### Homotopical Algebraic Geometry II: Geometric Stacks and Applications (2008)

Geometric Stacks and Applications by Bertrand Toën, Gabriele Vezzosi

-P*-morphism is a n-P-morphism*. (3) n-
representable morphisms are stable by isomorphisms, homotopy pullbacks and
compositions. (4) n-P-morphisms are stable by isomorphisms, homotopy
pullbacks and compositions. PROOF. We use a big induction on n. All the
assertions are easily verified for n = –1 using ...

### The Journal of Genetic Psychology (1914)

by Granville Stanley Hall, Carl Allanmore Murchison

Hyper*-morphism is a condition of
development in a certain* ...

### The American Journal of Anatomy (1915)

Hyper*-morphism is a condition, of greater age, of development in a certain
direction, a male condition, and a condition characteristic of the American white*.
Hypo*-morphism is a condition of less age, of development in another direction, a
female condition, and a condition characteristic of the Filipino*. A number of other
conditions ...

### Field Arithmetic (2008)

by Michael D. Fried, Moshe Jarden

* The K-morphism is a K-isomorphism if K|x| = K|y|, equivalently, if there exists a K-
morphism h: W — V such that both p oth and / o p are the identity maps*. In
particular, isomorphic K-varieties are K-birationally equivalent. The projection T:
A" – A" defined by T(v1,..., xn) = (x1,..., xn−1) is

**the crucial K-morphism**in the stratification procedure of Section 30.2. 10.5 Hyperplane Sections We show that the “general” ...

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