- Cell Biology. one of the cells that result from the meiotic divisions of a spermatocyte and mature into spermatozoa.
Origin of spermatid
Examples from the Web for spermatid
Historical Examples of spermatid
Spermatid, showing acrosome material (a) migrating to side of nucleus opposite centrosome.
Spermatid with divided spindle-substance and the corresponding double-tailed form.
Spermatid showing a conspicuous chromatin element in nucleus, and spindle-remains (s) elongated.
Spermatid, showing centrosome (c) and divided spindle-remains (s and a).
- zoology any of four immature male gametes that are formed from a spermatocyte, each of which develops into a spermatozoon
- Any of the four haploid cells formed by meiosis in a male organism that develop into spermatozoa without further division.