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a. Define each of the following: analogous structures, homologous structures, and vestigial structures.
Analogous structures are structures that look similar and perform similar functions but have arisen independently over evolutionary time. Homologous structures are structures that share the same evolutionary origin. Vestigial structures are structures that are of reduced size and have little or no function in the living species but were more robust and functional in ancestors of the species....
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