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analogous structures: (n) structures similar in form due to their function, rather than to any genetic similarity
catastrophism: (n) the theory geological formations are formed by a series of catastrophic events, rather than by a series of long-term processes on a smaller scale
dimorphism: (n) the existence of two forms of a species
domestication: (n) changes in animal or plant species induced by human action, either purposefully or non-purposefully, to the advantage of humankind
homologous structures: (n) structures similar in form due to a genetic relationship between two organisms
hybrid: (n) the offspring of the union of two species
monophyletic: (adj) descended from a single common ancestor
monstrosities: (n) variation between species of the same genera, and especially between the domestic and non-domestic varieties
phylogeny: (n) a branch diagram that organizes organisms based on ancestral descent
uniformitarianism: (n) the concept geological formations are the result of slow, steady changes over time