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What are Homologous features?

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what did you read so far?
So far, I've read that homologous means two of the same, but I'm not sure if homologous features are those on the same chromosome.
how much do you know on mitosis and meiosis? chromosomes in diploid cells exist in pairs, called homologous chromosomes. members of a pair are identical in size and location of the centromere, a structure to which spindle fibers attach during cell division

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so, homologous features don't exist on the same chromosome, then do they resemble each other in organisms whose common ancestry is not recent?
they do exist molecularly and anatomically - in structure and functions among animals, which denotes common ancestry.
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