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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of homologous

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of homologous:
/həmɑləɡəs/

Derived Form of homologous

adjective
comparitive: more homologous
superlative: most homologous
Adjective
1
having the same evolutionary origin but serving different functions
Antonymsanalogous, heterologous,
Similarhomologic, homological,
2
corresponding or similar in position or structure or function or characteristics; especially derived from an organism of the same species
Antonymsautologous, heterologous,

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  1. And also Apaf-1 protein is homologous to Ced-4 and the Bcl-2 family of proteins is homologous to Ced-9
  2. in relatively homologous ways
  3. Mammals have a protease with homologous features, in particular the catalytic center,
  4. homologous recombination pathway. They're needed for
  5. As shown in blue, many of the residues in the transmembrane domains were identical, homologous, with rhodopsin.
  6. Not surprisingly, their structures were very homologous, with about roughly fifty percent sequence identity
  7. and found immediately that its sequence was quite homologous with that of the beta adrenergic receptor kinase,
  8. but structurally homologous with it, we obtained Shinohara's clone, and sure enough,
  9. Twenty two to 23 are usually totally homologous.
  10. We learn that the two are actually homologous in some way.
  11. homologous series with aluminum antimonide 1.52 electron
  12. We knew there's a mechanism called homologous recombination
  13. once the homologous pairs were duplicated, they would always
  14. And the other chromatid over here, the other homologous pair,
  15. homologous chromosomes. And big G, little G were carried on
  16. a different pair of homologous chromosomes in my meiosis picture
  17. and then we have a homologous recombination system
  18. and the homologous recombination,
  19. homologous chromosome pairs.
  20. Homologous is a word that comes up a lot in genetics.