homochronous


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ho·moch·ro·nous

(hō-mōk'rō-nŭs),
1. Synonym(s): synchronous
2. Occurring at the same age in each generation.
[homo- + G. chronos, time]
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homochronous

(hō-mōk-rō′nŭs) [″ + chronos, time]
Occurring at the same time or at the same age in each generation.
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Candidate sows with a similar expected delivery date were chosen from both breeds and injected intramuscularly with cloprostenol (0.2 mg per sow) at 10:00 am on day 113 of pregnancy to ensure homochronous deliveries.
The Qin-Fang trough has been attested in the south segment [40, 41], but there is a lack of orogenic properties because of the absence of a homochronous ophiolite suite and volcanic rocks in the middle and north segments [31].
In the published papers, the QHJB is an ocean basin due to the Neopaleozoic ophiolitic melange [28] and early Mesozoic acid volcanic rocks [35], but it is also treated to be an inland fault zone and rift [56] for the absence of ophiolitic and homochronous magmatic rocks since Sinian [31].