- gamete intrafallopian transfer,
Origin of gamete
Examples from the Web for gametic
The evidence for the gametic interpretations of the self-colored fowl is derived from hybridizations.
The result is so close, however, as to lend strong support to our hypothesis as to the gametic constitution of the parents.
The gametic formula of this race proves to be CjnwX—the Jungle-fowl pattern being absent.
In explaining the rise and fall of nations, gametic and personal causes can be measured and marked.
The grade of boot of the different parents varies largely because their gametic constitution is diverse.
Word Origin for gamete
"sexual protoplasmic body," 1880, coined 1878 by German cytologist Eduard Strasburger (1844-1912), the widespread attribution to Mendel being apparently erroneous; from Greek gamete "a wife," gametes "a husband," from gamein "to take to wife, to marry," from PIE root *gem(e)- "to marry" (cf. Greek gambros "son-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law;" Sanskrit jamih "brother, sister," jama daughter-in-law;" Avestan zama-tar "son-in-law;" Latin gener "son-in-law"). Cf. also -gamy. The seventh month of the ancient Attic calendar (corresponding to late January and early February) was Gamelion, "Month of Marriages."