Identify the Following Pairs as Homologous and Analogous Organs: - Biology

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Identify the following pairs as homologous and analogous organs:
(i) Sweet potato and potato
(ii) Eye of octopus and eye of mammals
(iii) Thorns of Bougainvillaea and tendrils of Cucurbits
(iv) Fore limbs of bat and whale

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Solution

(i) Analogous organs
(ii) Analogous organs
(iii) Homologous organs
(iv) Homologous organs

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2013-2014 (March) Delhi Set 3

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