gametic


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gametic

[gəmat′ik]
pertaining to a reproductive cell such as a spermatozoon or ovum forming the gamete.

gametic

adjective Referring to the gametes.

gamete

(găm′ēt) [Gr. gamein, to marry]
A mature male or female reproductive cell; the spermatozoon or ovum.
gametic (-ĕt′ĭk), adjective
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Gametic synchrony is defined to be synchronism in timing of gamete release within a breeding population, and it is an important factor in maximizing the breeding population size.
This program uses an aposteriori method to group the samples into genetic clusters (populations) that reduce Hardy-Weinberg and gametic disequilibrium, thus reducing the biases associated with designations resulting from sampling locality.
e]) resulting from few animals being used as broodstock, as well as nonequal gametic viability and/or differential spawning conditions of the potential parents (Hedgecock & Sly 1990, Hedgecock 1994).
One option to ensure both gametic and embryonic material regularly throughout the year is the cryobanking of gametes (both sperm and oocytes) and embryos, as proposed several times (Smith et al.
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marginatus according to the histological characteristics of the gonads: 0, sexual rest; I, commencement of gametogenesis; II, gametic growth; III, reproduction; and IV, resorption of the gonad.
The gametic emission apparently occurred from March to May in the first site and from February to May in the second site.
It is well established that UVR induces DNA and protein damage and, without protection, gametic stages are especially vulnerable.