Analogous [adjective]

Definition of Analogous:

agreeing, similar

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Sentence/Example of Analogous:

Sharon Hood, a Forest Service research ecologist in Montana, explains that flora have immune systems analogous to those of fauna, and in fire-adapted ecosystems, fire stimulates that immunity.

And, thanks to previous experiments, scientists have a good idea of where in the brain to look—an area analogous to the one Matthews and Tye studied in mice.

The rotor of a helicopter is analogous to a fan, but obviously, it does not stop and begin turning in the opposite direction if the engine quits and the helicopter starts to descend.

This second step is analogous to docked dopamine “ships” changing how likely it is that a biological neuron will fire in the future.

It’s somewhat analogous to discovering that a region of the brain changes in its population makeup, and thus in its ethnic and cultural norms through generations.

Analogous to this was the Pomo bear doctors set of water-filled baskets which swashed like a real bears viscera as he ran.

Analogous occurrences have been described by Gtte in Teleostei.

Analogous arts and customs will also be traced to various other nations.

Analogous illustrations to any amount may be drawn from Mammals.

Analogous to this, among other nations, there were soldiers called Draconarii.