Homonomous


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Ho`mon´o`mous


a.1.(Biol.) Of or pertaining to homonomy.
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Hence, at the level of the haploid genome they must be viewed as homologous, and taken together they will be homonomous.
Therefore, the chromosome pairs within a species are usually homonomous, whereas the chromosomes brought together in interspecific crosses, even if they do pair, need be neither homonomous nor homologous when viewed as wholes.
On neuropsychological evaluation his greatest cognitive deficits were those attributed to his right hemisphere lesion: a left homonomous hemianopsia, left neglect, visual scanning deficits, and visual/perceptual deficits.