Kipling Will kww4 at CORNELL.EDU
Mon Jun 17 07:18:28 CDT 1996

Isn't this the very way that Owen (and others before him) used the term. Or
are my wife's and my chromosomes somehow differently homologous than our
left arms.

Two organisms, same structure.

Perhaps what you are looking for is the first person to have stated that
parental chromosomes are, in fact, homologs. Not a first instance that the
term is being differently used .

Kip Will

At 09:08 17/6/96 GMT+0200, you wrote:
>I appreciate all your answers Re: Homology. I am, however,
>looking for _one_ specific use of the cooncept: The
>designation of the two chromosomes, one from each parent,
>that pair during meiosis as homologous!
>Yours sincerely,
>|  Ole Seberg                                    |
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>|  University of Copenhagen                      |
>|  Gothersgade 140, DK-1123 Copenhagen K         |
>|  Denmark                                       |
>|  Phone (voice): + 45 3532 2153                 |
>|  Fax: + 45 3313 9104                           |

 "Logic, my dear Jo, merely enables one to be wrong with authority."
 Dr. WHO, FRONTIER IN SPACE b (Pertwee as The Doctor)

Kipling W.Will
Dept. of Ent.
Cornell Unv.
Ithaca, NY 14953
kww4 at cornell.edu

Just looking for the right rock to turn.

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