From a text I'm translating into English (I used a colon, but these phrases are really in adjacent table cells):

Cell culture morphology: has a morphology typical for a suspension cell culture.

I first wrote for, but then recalled this question on ELU, and became uncertain.

Would of be acceptable in this case? To me, for looks much more natural.

  • Using of is perhaps a little more formal, but for is fine. – Mick Nov 29 '16 at 6:27

for a suspension cell culture.

is correct as in this paper's title

Occurrence of Particles with Morphology Characteristics Which Are Typical for Certain Kinds of Nuclear Activity

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