General homology

(Biol.) the higher relation which a series of parts, or a single part, bears to the fundamental or general type on which the group is constituted.

See also: Homology

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Even more, if we have a solution to any homological problem (see [53]) over the small chain complex C', then it can be translated to a solution over the big chain complex C (the contrary is also true, but in general homology problems are harder over C than over C').
Most of the entries are species or other taxonomic categories of insects, but others include dorsal, general homology, Margareta Hare Morris (1797-1867), sericulture, and zone of growth.
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