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In evolutionary biology, homology refers to any similarity between characteristics that is due to their shared ancestry. The word homologous derives from the ancient Greek ομολογειν, 'to agree'. There are examples in...
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In mathematics, homology is a certain general procedure to associate a sequence of abelian groups or modules with a given mathematical object such as a topological space or a group. See homology theory for more background, or singular homology for a concrete version for...
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Homology (biology) Forelimbs in mammals provide one example of homology. ... In evolutionary biology, homology refers to any similarity between ...
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homology n. , pl. -gies . The quality or condition of being homologous. A homologous ... The word "homology" has several meanings in biology, each ...
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Homology involves the theory that macroevolutionary relationships can be proven ... Since Darwin, homology has been cited in textbooks as a major proof for evolution. ...
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One must recognize that homology does not necessarily imply similarity. ... An assertion of homology usually must remain an hypothesis. ...
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In biology, homology is commonly defined as any similarity between structures of ... Examples of homology occur at different levels of organization. ...
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Without an empirically demonstrated naturalistic mechanism to account for homology, design remains a possibility which can only be excluded on the basis of ...
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Homology is a similarity between characteristics that is believed to be based on ... Homology (similarities) is used as one of the main proofs for macroevolution and ...
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In "Homology in Biology," Paul Nelson and Jonathan Wells reexamine the ... some of the facts of homology but leaves many significant anomalies unexplained. ...
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Similarity in design (homology) is logically attributed to a single creator ... But, homology of design with different auto designers (manufacturers) makes the ...
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Homology describes organs in different animals that have a common evolutionary ... Richard Owen also distinguished homology from analogy (also known as homoplasy) ...
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Definitions of homology are ... correspondence or sameness referred to by homology. It is argued that standard accounts tie homology ...
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Homology is still a relatively fuzzy concept in biology. Generally, biologists consider homology to be the similarity of two things ...
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Homology page of Was darwin right? A site devoted to scientific arguments to support intelligent design or Creation, rather than evolution.
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... Degeneration Icons of Evolution Homology Inverted Retina Fossil Record Quotes ... Punctuated Equilibrium Psychology of Evolution Science vs Darwinism Proteine ...
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Similarity: Examples of homology ... Bringing homologies into focus. There's more to homologies and analogies than the iconic examples (e.g., the ...
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In evolutionary biology, homology means any similarity between characters that ... In genetics, homology can be observed in DNA sequences that code for proteins ...
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There are other generalized homology theories, but I won't consider those. ... But, in fact, homology is often much more easily computed than homotopy groups ...
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and function', most biologists now use homology to ... homology problem' has long animated biologists ... for homology have been (1) similarity among traits; ...
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