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Solve this problem The wings of a bird and the wings of an insect are :

The wings of a bird and the wings of an insect are :

  • Option 1)

    analogous structures and represent convergent evolution

  • Option 2)

    phylogenetic structures and represent divergent evolution

  • Option 3)

    homologous structures and represent convergent evolution

  • Option 4)

    homologous structures and represent divergent evolution

 
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Analogous Organs -

The organs which have the same function and superficially alike but are quite different in fundamental structure and embryonic origin.

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Eg: insect and bird wings, Dragonfly, pterodactyl, Eagle, humorous, bat.

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 The organs which have the same function and superficially alike but are quite different in fundamental structure and embryonic origin.


Option 1)

analogous structures and represent convergent evolution

This solution is correct 

Option 2)

phylogenetic structures and represent divergent evolution

This solution is incorrect 

Option 3)

homologous structures and represent convergent evolution

This solution is incorrect 

Option 4)

homologous structures and represent divergent evolution

This solution is incorrect 

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