2. Adverb. With reference to homology ¹
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Definition of Homologically
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Literary usage of Homologically
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1. A Monograph on the Sub-class Cirripedia: With Figures of All the Species by Charles ( Darwin (1854)
"... it opens under owes its dorsal aspect to the aborted state of the whole them, the orifice, I believe, is homologically terminal, and abdomen, ..."
2. On the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton by Richard Owen (1848)
"... mandible, hyoid, scapula, the so-called true vertebrae, the sacrum and coccyx, the sternum, and ossa innominata are ' homologically' compound bones. ..."
3. The Reign of Law by George Douglas Campbell Argyll (1873)
"Not in the method of using it—for very often limbs which are homologically the same are put to the most diverse and opposite uses. To what standard, then, ..."
4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1877)
"These two joints are homologically the same that form the small appendicular appendage attached to tho mandible of all Crustacea (PI. III. fig. ..."