Lehrer and Chiswick (1993) also found that Protestants and Catholics married to individuals who reported "no religion" were at greater risk for divorce compared to those in religiously homogamous
Plantas dioicas; capitulos individuales homogamous
Minority groups tend to be homogamous
everywhere in order to preserve their identity (41).
Prevalence of cultural homogamy reached 65.18% at (SCG) where 52 of 73 homogamous
couples (71.23%) had a low educational level (Table 2).
Members of the tribe are characterized by very important uniform characteristics, such as homogamous
ligulate capitula and the presence of milky latex.
A very high percentage of married people in the elite said that they were happy in their "homogamous
Numerous studies at the individual, social psychological level, for example, have documented the influence of homogamy in mate selection and marriage, indicating that religiously homogamous
couples have more successful marriages than "mixed couples" and are less apt to divorce (Call and Heaton, 1997; Heaton and Pratt, 1990; Ortega et al., 1988).
Abundant research has confirmed that individuals are attracted to persons with similar values and that such homogamous
pairings have positive future relationship outcomes (Clarkwest, 2007; Amato et al., 2007).
Between 1971 and 2001, the proportion of educationally homogamous
marriages among young Canadian adults (34 and under) rose from 42 per cent to 55 per cent of all marriages.
For another example, it has been claimed that the fraternities and sororities in Western educational institutions latently perpetuate homogamous
marriages between people of similar ethnic, religious and social class backgrounds (Carr, 2004; Kendall, 1998, p.227).
According to Cruden (1977) the facultative cross-pollinating species are self-compatible and protogynous or homogamous
and, although some species require pollinators, most are self-pollinated when the flowers are closed.
From a morphological point of view, two main groups are distinguished within the Guayana-Highland centered genera and relatives: (1) the zygomorphic-flowered genera with epaleate, homogamous
capitula of all bilabiate corollas (rarely ligulate by abortion of the inner two corolla lips) and smooth style branches (Table 8), and (2) the actinomorphic-flowered genera with epaleate to paleate, homogamous
capitula of all tubular corollas and rugulose to papillose styles beyond the branches bifurcation point.