enantiomorph

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Synonyms for enantiomorph

either one of a pair of compounds (crystals or molecules) that are mirror images on each other but are not identical

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Whereas in many rosids, contort petal aestivation is enantiomorphic, in almost all asterids contort aestivation is fixed to one of the two possible morphs at genus or even family level (Endress, 1999, 2001a).
The fully shaped enantiomorphic characteristic of a biological object is decisive for subsequent development, and for all the major parameters of living organisms (see figure 13).
It's going back to the idea of my Enantiomorphic Chambers [1965], which is a similar kind of double thing.
Recalling the "abysmal" symmetry of Robert Smithson's Enantiomorphic Chambers, 1964, these sometimes made the viewer appear to vanish, as two incomplete surfaces visually interlocked, via reflection, to complete one another.
7 Mark Roeder (Low, Los Angeles) Mark Roeder dreams Smithson's Enantiomorphic Chambers back into existence--but this time only as reflections.