Consisting of like atoms.
homeomorphous, homoeomorphous (British)
Like or similar in form and structure.
homeozoic, homoeozoic (adjective) (not comparable)
Pertaining to, or including, similar forms or kinds of life: Homeozoic belts of the ocean or homeozoic belts on the earth's surface refer to such areas or zones with similar fauna, or fauna and flora.
Of uniform (same) weight.
The symbiosis between a fungus and an alga in a lichen.
Applied to composite plants in which all the fruits arising from a flower-head are the same.
Used to describe circles and spheres that have the same center.
A reference to describe a fish that has a tail with two symmetrical lobes that extend beyond the end of the vertebral column, or a tail of this kind.
Homochirality is a term used to refer to a group of molecules that possess the same sense of chirality.
Molecules involved are not necessarily the same compound, but similar groups are arranged in the same way around a central atom. In biology homochirality is found inside living organisms.
A reference to hands that are identical in form and turned in the same direction, as two right or two left hands
Being of just one color.
Occurring at the same time, age in successive generations, or at corresponding times; simultaneous.
A reference to an anastomosis (opening created by surgical, traumatic or pathological means between two normally separate spaces or organs) between branches of the same arterial trunk or blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart.
Having an affinity for cells from the same species.
A reference to people who are of the same race.
Information about Homophones and Homonyms, Explained and Demonstrated.
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Confusing Words Related to Homonyms, Homophones, etc.: Units, Groups A to Y.
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