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How analogy and homology considered as an evidence in support of evolution ? - Biology

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How analogy and homology considered as an evidence in support of evolution ?

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The presence of analogous or homologous organs is considered as an evidence of evolution as these organs are developed in the evolutionary process because of the adaptations made for varied environments. Homology is based on divergent evolution, while analogy is based on convergent evolution.

Concept: Evidence of Organic Evolution
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