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Homology from the Developmental Biolog ist's perspective Two structures "r@en they develop qnder the control of the same clevelofrmental proqram (which was already used by the common ancestor for the same purpose). Just one gene in common is not enough and just shared signals that do not specify what structure forms is not enough of an argument. But as with all "".T::rJ#Jrniven
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