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
One released most of its gametes five days after the full moon, another seven days after, and the third at nine days and counting.Corals’ hidden genetic diversity corresponds to distinct lifestyles|Devin A. Reese|April 12, 2021|Science News
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.