[huh-moj-uh-nee, hoh-] /həˈmɒdʒ ə ni, hoʊ-/
correspondence in form or structure, owing to a common origin.
(biology) similarity in structure of individuals or parts because of common ancestry
1620s, “uniformity of nature;” by 1856 in biological sense, from Greek homogeneia “community of origin,” from homogene “of the same race or kind” (see homogeneous).
homogeny ho·mog·e·ny (hə-mŏj’ə-nē, hō-)
Similarity of structure between organs or parts, possibly of dissimilar function, that are related by common descent.
[huh-mog-uh-nuh s, hoh-] /həˈmɒg ə nəs, hoʊ-/ adjective, Botany. 1. pertaining to monoclinous flowers that do not differ in the relative length of stamens and pistils (opposed to ).
[huh-mog-uh-nee, hoh-] /həˈmɒg ə ni, hoʊ-/ noun, Botany. 1. state of being homogonous. /hɒˈmɒɡənɪ/ noun 1. the condition in a plant of having stamens and styles of the same length in all the flowers Compare heterogony (sense 2)
[hoh-muh-graft, -grahft, hom-uh-] /ˈhoʊ məˌgræft, -ˌgrɑft, ˈhɒm ə-/ noun, Surgery. 1. . /ˈhɒməˌɡrɑːft/ noun 1. a tissue graft obtained from an organism of the same species as the recipient homograft ho·mo·graft (hō’mə-grāft’, hŏm’ə-) n. See allograft.
[hom-uh-graf, -grahf, hoh-muh-] /ˈhɒm əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf, ˈhoʊ mə-/ noun 1. a word of the same written form as another but of different meaning and usually origin, whether pronounced the same way or not, as bear 1 “to carry; support” and bear 2 “animal” or lead 1 “to conduct” and lead 2 “metal.”. /ˈhɒməˌɡræf; -ˌɡrɑːf/ noun […]