Origin of gamete
OTHER WORDS FROM gametega·met·ic [guh-met-ik], /gəˈmɛt ɪk/, ga·me·tal [guh-meet-l], /gəˈmit l/, adjectivega·met·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use gamete in a sentence
The shipping of gametes and embryos around the world is a growing part of a booming global fertility sector.The Download: frozen egg transportation, and Roblox’s expressive avatars|Rhiannon Williams|September 12, 2022|MIT Technology Review
Made possible by advances in cryogenics and cold-chain technology, the shipping of gametes and embryos around the world is a growing part of a booming global fertility sector.I took an international trip with my frozen eggs to learn about the fertility industry|Anna Louie Sussman|September 12, 2022|MIT Technology Review
Human artificial gametes are set to become a scientific reality in the coming years.Inside the race to make human sex cells in the lab|Jessica Hamzelou|August 23, 2022|MIT Technology Review
Lastly, regulations could ensure that donors and parents are fully informed about the social and legal implications of donor conception, including that other people may be conceived with the same donor’s gametes.
The law would ensure that donor-conceived people can learn the identity of the donor upon reaching adulthood and sets limits on the number of families to whom any one particular donor can provide their gametes.
But any individual sex-cell, or gamete, cannot (according to his view) bear both Dominant and Recessive traits.
Then they emerge in the grandson, by power of a male gamete evoking the inherent male in them.
The ocyte (progamete) gives rise by division to the ovum or true gamete, the nucleus of which is called the female pronucleus.
But the problem of the way in which characters are distributed from gamete to zygote and from zygote to gamete remained as before.
It is obvious that the chances of R being distributed to a gamete with or without P are equal.
British Dictionary definitions for gamete
Derived forms of gametegametal or gametic (ɡəˈmɛtɪk), adjective
Word Origin for gamete
Scientific definitions for gamete
Cultural definitions for gamete
A reproductive cell having a single set of chromosomes, especially a mature sperm or egg.