Gamete

A reproductive cell or germ cell (in plants the ova and pollen grains), usually haploid in chromosome number, and capable of uniting with another gamete of the opposite sex to form a new plant or animal.

Gamete

A gamete (from Ancient Greek γαμετή gamete `wife`) is a cell that fuses with another cell during fertilization (conception) in organisms that sexually reproduce. In species that produce two morphologically distinct types of gametes, and in which each individual produces only one type, a female is any individual that produces the larger typ.....
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Gamete

• (n.) A sexual cell or germ cell; a conjugating cell which unites with another of like or unlike character to form a new individual. In Bot., gamete designates esp. the similar sex cells of the lower thallophytes which unite by conjugation, forming a zygospore. The gametes of higher plants are of two sorts, sperm (male) and egg (female); thei...
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gamete

<biology, genetics> Specialised haploid cells produced by meiosis and involved in sexual reproduction. ... Male gametes are usually small and motile (spermatozoa), whereas female gametes (oocytes) are larger and nonmotile. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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gamete

(gam;et) A haploid sex cell; either an egg cell or a sperm cell.
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gamete

(gam´ēt) one of two haploid reproductive cells, male (spermatozoon) and female (oocyte), whose union is necessary in sexual reproduction to initiate the development of a new individual. the malarial parasite in its sexual form in the stomach of a mosquito; it may be either male (microgamete) or female (macr...
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gamete

(Gk: gamos=marriage) a mature germ cell able to unite with another in sexual reproduction. Gametes are formed during meiosis when the germ cell splits its chromosones. Thus gametes have only half the normal number of chromosomes. The union of two such cells (egg and sperm) forms a normal cell which is a unique individual.
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gamete

(in ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms) a cell or nucleus that fuses with another of the opposite sex in sexual reproduction.
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gamete

noun a mature sexual reproductive cell having a single set of unpaired chromosomes
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Gamete

Gam'ete (găm'ēt; gȧ*mēt'; the latter usually in compounds ) noun [ Greek gameth` wife, or game`ths husband, from gamei^n to marry.] (Biol.) A sexual cell or germ cell; a conjugating cell which unites with another of like or unlike...
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Gamete

A fertile reproductive cell.
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Gamete

A gamete is a cell involved in sexual reproduction and contains one copy of each chromosome. In males, the gamete is the sperm; in females, it's the egg.
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Gamete

A gamete is one of the two cells which fuse together to commence reproduction.
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gamete

A haploid cell or nucleus involved in sexual reproduction, during which two gametes fuse to form a zygote.
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Gamete

A haploid reproductive cell.
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Gamete

A haploid sex cell, egg or sperm, that contains a single copy of each chromosome.
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Gamete

A male or female reproductive cell capable of uniting in the process of fertilization with one of the opposite sex to develop into an embryo.
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gamete

A mature male or female germ cell usually possessing a haploid (unpaired) set of chromosomes, and capable of initiating formation of a new diploid individual, or zygote, by fusion with a gamete of the opposite sex; this process is called fertilization. The gametes of some primitive organisms are i...
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Gamete

A mature reproductive cell that is capable of fusing with another gamete of the opposite sex to form
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Gamete

A reproductive cell
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Gamete

A reproductive cell (e.g., spermatozoa and ova).
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gamete

A reproductive cell that contains a single set of unpaired chromosomes (egg or sperm). Mutations in the DNA of a gamete are inherited by next generation of offspring. Also called germ cells.
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Gamete

A reproductive cell, either a sperm or an egg.
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Gamete

An haploid cell.gel electrophoresis the process by which nucleic acids (dna or rna) or proteins are
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Gamete

An individual's reproductive cell that is capable of fusing with another reproductive cell to form a zygote. In males, the sperm is the sex cell and the egg is the sex cell in females.
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