vestigial structure (Q627214)

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vestigial form;typically are degenerate, atrophied, or rudimentary, and tend to be much more variable than homologous non-vestigial parts; often called vestigial organs, although many of them are not actually organs
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vestigial structure
vestigial form;typically are degenerate, atrophied, or rudimentary, and tend to be much more variable than homologous non-vestigial parts; often called vestigial organs, although many of them are not actually organs

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