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Dimorphism or dimorphic may refer to:
- Dimorphic root systems, plant roots with two distinctive forms for two separate functions
- Sexual dimorphism, a phenotypic difference between males and females of the same species
- Nuclear dimorphism, when a cell's nuclear apparatus is composed of two structurally and functionally differentiated types of nuclei
- Frond dimorphism, differing forms of fern fronds between the sterile and fertile fronds
- Phenotypic dimorphism, switching between two cell-types
- Dimorphic fungi, fungi which undergo this type of switching
- Dimorphism (geology), the property of some substances to exist in two distinct crystalline forms
- Semilinear map, a homomorphism between modules, paired with the associated homomorphism between the respective base rings
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