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If You Are Asked to Select a Group of Two Vegetables, Out of the Following, Having Homologous Structures Which One Would You Select? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Question

If you are asked to select a group of two vegetables, out of the following, having homologous structures which one would you select?

(a) Carrot and radish

(b) Potato and sweet potato

(c) Potato and tomato

(d) Lady finger and potato

Solution

Homologous structures are fundamentally same in structure and origin but are modified to perform different functions in different organisms. They indicate common ancestry. From the given plants, carrot and radish are homologous structures because they both are underground roots. While potato is a stem, sweet potato is a root, tomato is a fruit and lady finger is a vegetable

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Solution If You Are Asked to Select a Group of Two Vegetables, Out of the Following, Having Homologous Structures Which One Would You Select? Concept: Evolution and Classification - Tracing Evolutionary Relationships.
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