Type: Term Pronunciation: sen′trō-les′i-thăl Definitions: 1. Denoting an oocyte in which the deutoplasm accumulates centrally.
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Cen`tro·lec'i·thal adjective [ Greek ... center + ... yolk of an egg.] (Biol.) Having the food yolk placed at the center of the ovum, segmentation being either regular or unequal. Balfour.
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Denoting an ovum in which the deutoplasm accumulates centrally. ... Origin: centro-+ G. Lekithos, yolk ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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• (a.) Having the food yolk placed at the center of the ovum, segmentation being either regular or unequal.
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centrolecithal 1. Having the food yolk placed at the center of the ovum, segmentation being either regular or unequal. 2. Having the yolk centrally located; such as, in the ova of arthropods, or a description of an egg with the yolk in the middle.
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Centrolecithal (Greek kentron = center of a circle, lekithos = yolk) describes the placement of the yolk in the centre of the cytoplasm of ovums. Many arthropod eggs are centrolecithal. During cytokinesis, centrolecithal zygotes undergo meroblastic cleavage, where the cleavage plane extends only to...
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