Definition of Isogamic
1. pertaining to isogamy [adj] - See also: isogamy
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Literary usage of Isogamic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essentials of College Botany by Charles Edwin Bessey, Ernst Athearn Bessey (1914)
"Unicellular, to filamentous, many-celled plants (rarely a plate of cells); isogamic to hetero- gamic, one or both gametes ciliated. Phylum 2. CHLOROPHYCEAE. ..."
2. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1918)
"Since O. Cockerelli is an isogamic species, the results of both the reciprocal crosses are the same, with the exception that the hybrids of the cross just ..."
3. A Manual of Zoology by Richard Hertwig (1912)
"Fertilization may be accomplished by a permanent fusion (copulation) or a transitory union (conjugation); it may be isogamic, ..."
4. A Textbook of General Embryology by William Erskine Kellicott (1913)
"In all cases of isogamic conjugation no distinction between the gametes, and therefore between sexes, obtains. In those instances transitional between ..."
5. The Animal Parasites of Man: A Handbook for Students and Medical Men by Maximilian Gustav Christian Carl Braun, Pauline Falcke, Louis Westenra Sambon, Frederick Vincent Theobald (1908)
"Fecundation isogamic ; the spores have shells, no polar bodies, and usually contain several minute germs (sporozoites). Order 2. ..."
6. Pathogenic Micro-organisms; a Text-book of Microbiology for Physicians and by Ward J. MacNeal, Herbert Upham Williams (1914)
"(From Doflein after Casa- grandi and Barbagallo.) organisms 4 to 30^ in diameter, provided with three or four fla- gella. isogamic and ..."