autogamy

Self-fertilisation, common in plants and also in some ciliate protozoa where gametic nuclei from a single micronucleus subsequently fuse to form the zygote nucleus.

Autogamy

The fertilisation of a flower by its own pollen.

autogamy

Type: Term Pronunciation: aw-tog′ă-mē Definitions: 1. A form of self-fertilization in which fission of the cell nucleus occurs without division of the cell, the two pronuclei so formed reuniting to form the synkaryon; in other cases, the cell body also divides, but the two daughter cells immediately conjugate. Synonyms: automixis .....
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autogamy

[n] - self-fertilization in plants
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Autogamy

Au·tog'a·my noun [ Auto- + Greek ... marriage.] (Botany) Self-fertilization, the fertilizing pollen being derived from the same blossom as the pistil acted upon.
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autogamy

<biology> Self fertilization, common in plants and also in some ciliate protozoa where gametic nuclei from a single micronucleus subsequently fuse to form the zygote nucleus. ... (02 Jan 1998) ...
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autogamy

noun self-fertilization in plants
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Autogamy

• (n.) Self-fertilization, the fertilizing pollen being derived from the same blossom as the pistil acted upon.
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autogamy

(from the article `self-fertilization`) ...of male and female gametes (sex cells) produced by the same individual. Self-fertilization occurs in bisexual organisms, including most flowering ... [4 related articles]
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autogamy

autogamy 1. In botany, self-fertilization or self-pollination in plants by their own pollen. 2. In biology, the union of nuclei within and arising from a single cell, as with certain protozoans and fungi. 3. Reproduction in which a single cell undergoes reduction division producing two autogametes that subsequently fuse.
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autogamy

autogamy, autogamic, autogamous 1. Self-fertilization. 2. In biology, fusion of sister-cells or of pairs of nuclei within a cell.
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autogamy

The process of self-pollination.
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