dispermy


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di·sper·my

, dispermia (dī'spĕr-mē, dī-sperm'ē-ă),
Entrance of two sperms into one oocyte.

dispermy

/di·sper·my/ (di´sper-me) the penetration of two spermatozoa into one oocyte.

di·sper·my

, dispermia (dī'spĕr-mē, -mē-ă)
Entrance of two sperms into one oocyte.

dispermy

the fertilization of one egg by two sperm.
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Allele patterns for CHMs were consistent with monospermy in 25 cases (81%) and dispermy in 6 cases (19%) (Figure 1).
Monospermy was the most frequently observed mechanism for CHM (81%), whereas dispermy was always observed for PHM, consistent with previous studies.
Results of Microsatellite Genotyping for 102 Cases Nonmolar N 54 Monospermy 0 Dispermy 0 Additional abnormalities Trisomy 7 (n = 1) Trisomy 8 and trisomy 18 (n = 1) Trisomy 13 (n = 1) Trisomy 16 (n = 7) Trisomy 21 (n = 1) Androgenetic/biparental mosaicism (n = 1) Cross-contamination Fetal (n = 2) Maternal (n = 2) Average No.