Homophyly

Ho·moph'y·ly noun [ Homo- + Greek ... a clan.] (Biol.) That form of homology due to common ancestry (phylogenetic homology), in opposition to homomorphy , to which genealogic basis is wanting. Haeckel.
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Homophyly

• (n.) That form of homology due to common ancestry (phylogenetic homology), in opposition to homomorphy, to which genealogic basis is wanting.
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homophyly

homophyly The condition of being of the same race.
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homophyly

resemblance due to common ancestry
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