Homogeny

• (n.) The correspondence of common descent; -- a term used to supersede homology by Lankester, who also used homoplasy to denote any superinduced correspondence of position and structure in parts embryonically distinct (other writers using the term homoplasmy). Thus, there is homogeny between the fore limb of a mammal and the wing of a bird; ...
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homogeny

1. Joint nature. ... 2. <biology> The correspondence of common descent; a term used to supersede homology by Lankester, who also used homoplasy to denote any superinduced correspondence of position and structure in parts embryonically distinct (other writers using the term homoplasmy). Thus, there is homogeny between the fore limb of a mammal...
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homogeny

noun (biology) similarity because of common evolution
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Homogeny

Ho·mog'e·ny noun [ Greek ...; ... the same + ... race, kind.] 1. Joint nature. [ Obsolete] Bacon. 2. (Biol.) The correspondence of common descent; -- a term used to supersede homology by Lankester, who also used homoplasy to denote any superinduced corresp...
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homogeny

homogeny A similarity in individuals, organs, or parts caused by a common ancestry.
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homogeny

Type: Term Pronunciation: hō-moj′ĕ-nē Synonyms: homogenesis
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homogeny

[n] - (biology) similarity because of common evolution
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