Glossary of "Plant Systematics (3rd ed.)" by Judd et al. (2008)
- Similarity due to inheritance of a feature from a common ancestor.
- A similarity between two or more features that is due to inheritance from a common ancestor. The structures are said to be homologous, and each is a homolog of the others. (Contrast with analogy.)
Glossary of "Plant Systematics (1st ed.)" by Simpson (2006)
- Similarity that is the result of common ancestry Adj: homologous.
Glossary of "Ancestors in Our Genome" by Harris (2015)
- features in organisms that were inherited from their shared common ancestor. Also genes in different species, present at the same locus or position on a chromosome, which were inherited from a common ancestor.
- Harris, E. E. 2015. Ancestors in Our Genome: the New Science of Human Evolution. - xx + 226 pp. Oxford University Press, New York.
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- Simpson, M. G. 2006. Plant Systematics. -xi + 590 pp. Elsevier Academic Press, Oxford.
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