The Biological Homology Concept

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Two structures are called homologous if they represent corresponding parts of organisms which are built according to the same body plan (23, 33). The existence of corresponding structures in different species is explained by derivation from a common ancestor that had the same structure as the two species compared (25, 35). The eye of a cow is homologous to… (More)

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