Homologous structures, Biology

Homologous structures are the body parts in different organisms which have similar bones and similar arrangements of the blood vessels, muscles, and nerves and go through similar embryological development, but do not necessarily serve the same function; for example the þipper of a whale and the forelimb of a horse.

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