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deep homologyTiefenhomologie (ger.)

  • Homologies that were preserved for hundreds of millions of years of evolution (e.g. those who were involved in the development of eyes and limbs of insects and vertebrates).

    ›deep homology‹ between fly and vertebrate appendages

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