isogeny

isogeny /ī-sojˈə-ni/
noun
Likeness of origin
ORIGIN:iso- and Gr genos kind
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isogenetic /ī-sō-ji-netˈik/, isogenic /-jenˈik/ or isogˈenous adjective

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