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Serial Homology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Serial Homology books and related discussion.
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- Butterfly eyespot serial homology: enter the Hox genes
- Apr 28, 2011 formation of repeated homologous structures.
- SERIAL HOMOLOGY AND THE EVOLUTION OF MAMMALIAN LIMB
- All rights reserved. Evolution, 59(12), 2005, pp. 2691–2704.
- Alternative models for the evolution of eyespots and of serial
- evolution of eyespots and of serial homology on lepidopteran wings. Anto´ nia Monteiro. Summary.
- Evolution of vertebrate limbs
- hindlimbs, a phenomenon referred to as serial homology.
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- The homology of odontodes in gnathostomes: insights from Dlx gene expression
- Here we examine Dlx gene expression in oral teeth and dermal denticles in order to test the hypothesis of serial homology between these odontodes.
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- Serial homology - definition of Serial homology by the Free Online
- (Biol.) representative or repetitive relation in the segments of the same organism, - as in the lobster, where the parts follow each other in a straight line or series.
- serial homology (biology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- This has been called serial homology.
- Serial homology of appendages as seen in a stomatopod.
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