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A homologous thing.
- ‘We attempted to glean information about their functions by searching for possible homologs in other organisms.’
- ‘During meiosis I, the replicated sister chromatids pair with their homologs but segregate as a single unit.’
- ‘It ensures proper chromosome segregation by forming a physical link between homologs during meiosis.’
- ‘The most important point is that this gene has no homologues in other organisms, making it an attractive drug target.’
- ‘The distribution of homologues among different taxa is seen as a consequence of their phylogenetic relationship.’
- ‘Several studies show involvement of telomeres in the pairing of homologs during meiosis.’
Mid 19th century: from French, from Greek homologos (see homologous).
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