homoeomerous

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Etymology[edit]

homoe- +‎ o +‎ -merous. From the Ancient Greek ὅμοιος (hómoios, of like kind”, “similar) in conjunction with μέρος (méros, portion).

Adjective[edit]

homoeomerous (comparative more homoeomerous, superlative most homoeomerous)

  1. (biology) Having similar quantities or variations pertaining to parts of structure.

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