Wing of an Insect and Forelimb of a Bird Are : (A) Analogous Organs (B) Analeptic Organs (C) Homologous (D) Homophobic Organs - Science

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Wing of an insect and forelimb of a bird are :
(a) analogous organs
(b) analeptic organs
(c) homologous
(d) homophobic organs

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Wing of an insect and forelimb of a bird are :
(a) analogous organs
(b) analeptic organs
(c) homologous
(d) homophobic organs

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Chapter 4: Heredity and Evolution - Exercise 2 [Page 210]

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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Biology (Science)
Chapter 4 Heredity and Evolution
Exercise 2 | Q 51 | Page 210

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