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Which of the Following Pairs of Two Vegetables Represent the Correct Homologous Structures? - Science

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Which of the following pairs of two vegetables represent the correct homologous structures?

(A) Sweet potato and potato

(B) Sweet potato and tomato

(C) Carrot and potato

(D) Radish and carrot

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Solution

Homologous structures are similar in origin but perform different functions.

Carrot and radish are underground roots. So, they represent the correct homologous structures.

Hence, the correct option is D.

Concept: Evidence of Organic Evolution
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