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homochronous

[hoh-mok-ruh-nuh s, ho-] /hoʊˈmɒk rə nəs, hɒ-/
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1.
(of a genetic character) occurring at the same age or period in the offspring as in the parent.
Origin of homochronous
1875-1880
First recorded in 1875-80, homochronous is from the Greek word homóchronos of the same time. See homo-, chron-, -ous
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