For example, Knoflach (1991-2002), Knoflach & Thaler (2000), Knoflach & van Harten (2000, 2001), and Knoflach & Pfaller (2004) label theridiid tegular sclerites consistently and imply homologies
within theridiids, but use names like tegular apophysis I, II and III to avoid inter-familial homologies
with older EBLV isolates from the Netherlands were also within these ranges (Figures 2 and 3).
1998), detecting only about 50 percent of all possible homologies
, given an acceptable false-positive rate.
are congruent with other homologies
and specify groups that are rendered monophyletic by them.
are higher in the protein coding regions than in the noncoding regions, although the sizes of the nontranslated regions remain highly conserved (Table).
The most extensive coverage of mammalian species homologies
is the Mouse Genome Database of The Jackson Laboratory (21).
Laqueur's actual descriptions of the one-sex model, however, are based not on embryology but on homologies
between fully developed male and female sexual organs, and Laqueur's descriptions of early theories of sex and gender hardly support Shapiro's contention that Shakespeare lived in a culture which held "essentialized notions of maleness.