Etymology
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homogeny (n.)

1620s, "uniformity of nature;" by 1856 in biological sense "descent from a common ancestor," from Greek homogeneia "community of origin," from homogene "of the same race or kind" (see homogeneous).

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Definitions of homogeny

homogeny (n.)
(biology) similarity because of common evolution;
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