Homomorphy

• (n.) Similarity of form; resemblance in external characters, while widely different in fundamental structure; resemblance in geometric ground form. See Homophyly, Promorphology.
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Homomorphy

Ho'mo·mor`phy noun [ Homo- + Greek ... form.] (Biol.) Similarity of form; resemblance in external characters, while widely different in fundamental structure; resemblance in geometric ground form. See Homophyly , Promorphology .
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homomorphy

homomorphy 1. Similarity of form with different fundamental structure; specifically, superficial resemblance between organisms of different groups due to evolutionary convergence. 2. Resemblance in external characteristics, while widely different in fundamental structure.
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