homonomous


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homonomous

 [ho-mon´ŏ-mus]
subject to the same laws; in biology, subject to the same laws of growth or developed along the same line.

ho·mon·o·mous

(hō-mon'ō-mŭs), Do not confuse this word with homonymous.
Denoting parts, having similar form and structure, arranged in a series (for example, fingers or toes).
[G. homonomos, under the same laws, fr. homos, same, + nomos, law]

homonomous

/ho·mon·o·mous/ (ho-mon´o-mus) designating homologous serial parts, such as somites.

ho·mon·o·mous

(hŏ-mon'ŏ-mŭs)
Denoting parts, having similar form and structure, arranged in a series, as the fingers or toes.
[G. homonomos, under the same laws, fr. homos, same, + nomos, law]

homonomous

subject to the same laws; in biology, subject to the same laws of growth or developed along the same line.
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Hence, at the level of the haploid genome they must be viewed as homologous, and taken together they will be homonomous.
On neuropsychological evaluation his greatest cognitive deficits were those attributed to his right hemisphere lesion: a left homonomous hemianopsia, left neglect, visual scanning deficits, and visual/perceptual deficits.
From each urchin, two homonomous, ambital, interambulacral plates were cut out using a Dremel tool.