macrogamete

(from the article `egg`) in biology, the female sex cell, or gamete. In botany the egg is sometimes called a macrogamete. In zoology the Latin term for egg, ovum, is ...
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macrogamete

(mak″ro-gam┬┤ēt) the larger, less active female gamete in sexual reproduction, which is fertilized by the smaller male gamete (microgamete). the larger of two types of malarial parasites; see gamete (def. 2).
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macrogamete

macrogamete The larger gamete, always female, produced by a heterogamous organism.
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macrogamete

The female element in anisogamy; it is the larger of the two sex cells, with more reserve material, and usually nonmotile. ... Synonym: megagamete. ... Origin: macro-+ G. Gamete, wife ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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macrogamete

Type: Term Pronunciation: mak′rō-gam′ēt Definitions: 1. The female element in anisogamy; it is the larger of the two sex cells, with more reserve material, and usually nonmotile. Synonyms: megagamete
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