Definition of Gametes

1. Noun. (plural of gamete) ¹



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Definition of Gametes

1. gamete [n] - See also: gamete

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gametes

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gamester
gamesters
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gamestresses
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gametal
gametangia
gametangium
gametes (current term)
gametic
gametic nucleus
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Literary usage of Gametes

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1. Fecundation in Plants by David Myers Mottier (1904)
"The process of cell-formation by which the gametes are developed from the ... These authors agree that the gametes arise not by the process of free ..."

2. Senescence and Rejuvenescence by Charles Manning Child (1915)
"Other facts, such as the formation of gametes and the occurrence of regeneration from apparently differentiated cells in some animals and in plants, ..."

3. Foundations of Biology by Lorande Loss Woodruff (1922)
"gametes Returning now to the origin of gametes. ... Fertilization, as we now know, always consists of the fusion of two gametes, whether it is in plants or ..."

4. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"The micro-gametes soon liberate themselves front the residual cytoplasm of the parent and swim away in search of a ..."

5. A Treatise on Zoology by Edwin Ray Lankester (1903)
"entirely intracellular, and the gametes formed by them were probably differentiated into active male gametes and passive female gametes. ..."

6. Nature and Development of Plants by Carlton Clarence Curtis (1918)
"In some of the species of Chlamydomonas, to be sure, the gametes are similar and can not be distinguished as male or female (Fig. 101, E). ..."

7. Inheritance in Poultry by Charles Benedict Davenport (1906)
"The dogma of purity of the gametes, the second corner-stone of Mendelism, asserts that ... Thus the ripe germ cells (gametes) are pure in respect to a given ..."

8. Fecundation in Plants by David Myers Mottier (1904)
"The process of cell-formation by which the gametes are developed from the ... These authors agree that the gametes arise not by the process of free ..."

9. Senescence and Rejuvenescence by Charles Manning Child (1915)
"Other facts, such as the formation of gametes and the occurrence of regeneration from apparently differentiated cells in some animals and in plants, ..."

10. Foundations of Biology by Lorande Loss Woodruff (1922)
"gametes Returning now to the origin of gametes. ... Fertilization, as we now know, always consists of the fusion of two gametes, whether it is in plants or ..."

11. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"The micro-gametes soon liberate themselves front the residual cytoplasm of the parent and swim away in search of a ..."

12. A Treatise on Zoology by Edwin Ray Lankester (1903)
"entirely intracellular, and the gametes formed by them were probably differentiated into active male gametes and passive female gametes. ..."

13. Nature and Development of Plants by Carlton Clarence Curtis (1918)
"In some of the species of Chlamydomonas, to be sure, the gametes are similar and can not be distinguished as male or female (Fig. 101, E). ..."

14. Inheritance in Poultry by Charles Benedict Davenport (1906)
"The dogma of purity of the gametes, the second corner-stone of Mendelism, asserts that ... Thus the ripe germ cells (gametes) are pure in respect to a given ..."

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