Homologous Vs. Analogous Structures. Homologous Structures (flowers) Broccoli and Cauliflower evolved from Mustard. The bones of the bat, mouse, and human are homologous.
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Homologous Vs. Analogous Structures
The wings of the bat, butterfly, and bird are made of different coverings, and insects do not have internal bones. The wings are analagous. They have the same function and shape, but are made differently.
Darwin’s finches show a path towards divergent evolution. The birds’ beaks are shaped differently so they can occupy different niches in the ecosystem.
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