Homologue

As applied to proteins, a primary sequence whose resemblance to a previously characterized sequence is strong enough to suggest a common genetic ancestry

Homologue

The term homologue is used to describe a compound belonging to a series of compounds differing from each other by a repeating unit, such as a methylene group, a peptide residue, etc.
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Homologue

Hom'o·logue noun [ Confer French homologue . See Homologous .] That which is homologous to something else; as, the corresponding sides, etc., of similar polygons are the homologues of each other; the members or terms of an homologous series in chemistry are the homologues of...
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homologue

<genetics> One member of a related pair of human chromosomes. ... (14 Nov 1997) ...
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homologue

(ho´mo-log) any organ or part similar in origin or structure but not always in function, as the arms of a human and the wings of a bird or the hands and feet of a human and the paws of a dog. in chemistry, one of a series of compounds distinguished by addition of a CH2 group in successive members. ...
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Homologue

• (n.) That which is homologous to something else; as, the corresponding sides, etc., of similar polygons are the homologues of each other; the members or terms of an homologous series in chemistry are the homologues of each other; one of the bones in the hand of man is the homologue of that in the paddle of a whale.Homologue: words in the def...
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homologue

homologue A part or organ that has the same evolutionary origin as another but differs in function, e.g., a bird`s wing in relation to the fin of a fish.
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homologue

Type: Term Pronunciation: hom′ō-log Definitions: 1. A member of a homologous pair or series.
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Homologue

The term homologue is used to describe a compound belonging to a series of compounds differing from each other by a repeating unit, such as a methylene group, a peptide residue, etc.
Found on http://www.chemistry-dictionary.com/definition/homologue.php
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