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- adj. homogenous; applied to a class of homologies that arise from similarity of structure and are taken as evidence of common ancestry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Homogenous; -- applied to that class of homologies which arise from similarity of structure, and which are taken as evidences of common ancestry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or characterized by homogenesis; passing through the same cycle of existence as the parent.
- Having a common origin; derived from the same structure, however variously modified, as organs or parts of any two or more animals: synonymous with homologous in its biological sense, and distinguished from homoplastic.
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Why should their homogenetic, rural, agrarian voters shape the race from the get-go?
The term "analogy" was to be retained for cases of functional resemblance, whether homogenetic or not.
Had they been so, this kind of serial homology might be termed "homogenetic."
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