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analogies: structural similarities among organisms that have evolved not because of common ancestry but because of adaptations to similar environments (common functions) e.g.. panda's thumb (wrist bone) and human's thumb (phalange).
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structural similarities among organisms that have evolved not because of common ancestry but because of adaptations to similar environments (common functions) e.g.. panda's thumb (wrist bone) and human's thumb (phalange).
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Source: Anthromorphemics
 
Source: Anthromorphemics
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[[Category: Anthropology]]

Latest revision as of 11:49, 1 January 2021

structural similarities among organisms that have evolved not because of common ancestry but because of adaptations to similar environments (common functions) e.g.. panda's thumb (wrist bone) and human's thumb (phalange).

Source: Anthromorphemics


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