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{s} benzer
{s} türdeş
(Diş Hekimliği) aynı veya çakışan yapı veya pozisyonda olup, fonksiyonunun benzer olması gerekmeyen
(Tıp) Yapı ve kaynak bakımından birbirine benzeyen
homologous bodies
(Kimya) homolog maddeler
homologous chromosomes
(Biyoloji) homolog kromozomlar
homologous organs
(Anatomi) homolog organlar
homologous series
(Kimya) homolog seri
homologous transplantation
(Tıp) homolog transplantasyon
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Showing a degree of correspondence or similarity
identical in nature, make-up, or relation
corresponding or similar in position or structure or function or characteristics; especially derived from an organism of the same species; "a homologous tissue graft"
In phylogenetics, describing particular features in different individuals that are genetically descended from the same feature in a common ancestor In molecular biology, homologous sequences often mean significantly similar sequences that are highly likely to have a common descent
Similar in appearance or structure, but not necessarily in function
having the same evolutionary origin but serving different functions; "the wing of a bat and the arm of a man are homologous"
belonging to a series of aliphatic organic compounds that differ only by the addition of a CH{2} group
Characterized by homology; belonging to the same type or series; corresponding in composition and properties
similar in appearance, structure and usually function For HIV, the same strain of the virus
having the same evolutionary origin but serving different functions; "the wing of a bat and the arm of a man are homologous
having the same relative position, value, or structure
Corresponding in relative position and proportion
referring to the same species, or tissue coming from the same species
Having the same relative proportion or value, as the two antecedents or the two consequents of a proportion
Descended from a common ancestor Defined in 1843 by Richard Owen, the British Palaeontologist as the "same organ under every variety of form and function" For molecular sequence data, it is taken to mean that two sequences or even two characters within sequences are descended from a common ancestor This term is frequently mis-used as a synonym for 'similar', as in "two sequences were 70% homologous" This is totally incorrect! Sequences show a certain amount of similarity From this similarity value, we can probably infer that the sequences are homologous or not A statement that is attributed to Walter Fitch is that (I'm prarphrasing here) homology is like pregnancy You are either pregnant or not, two sequences are either homologous or they are not
{s} analogous, alike, equal, similar
Homologous chromosomes have corresponding DNA sequences and come from separate parents
Having the same relative position, proportion, value, or structure
See Homology, 3
corresponding to a similar structure in another life form with a common evolutionary origin e.g. flippers and hands
having the same morphology as another chromosome
That which is or are derived from the same ancestral structure, base or origination
Being of the same typical structure; having like relations to a fundamental type to structure; as, those bones in the hand of man and the fore foot of a horse are homologous that correspond in their structural relations, that is, in their relations to the type structure of the fore limb in vertebrates
homologous blood donation
Showing a degree of correspondence or similarity such that it suggests a common origin
EDGE, of two or more alleles or chromosomes being of the same locus, though originating from different individuals
homologous pair
Two chromosomes that are identical, with the same genes
homologous pairs
plural form of homologous pair
homologous recombination
The exchange of DNA between regions of homologous chromosomes that occurs during meiosis
homologous series
any series of aliphatic organic compounds whose members differ only in the addition of a CH2 group; for example, the carboxylic acids, CH3(CH2)nCOOH where n is any non-negative number

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    /həˈmäləgəs/ /həˈmɑːləɡəs/


    [ hO-'mä-l&-g&s, h& ] (adjective.) 1660. Greek homologos agreeing, from hom- + legein to say; more at LEGEND.

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