gametogenic


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gametogenic

adjective Referring to or capable of gametogenesis.
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Gametogenic cycle and variations in oocyte size of Ruditapes philippinarum from the Lagoon of Venice.
Seasonal variation in weight and biochemical composition of the tissues of Ruditapes decussatus in relation to gametogenic cycle.
Gametogenic and spawning pattern of Manila clams Tapes philippinarum (Bivalvia: Veneroida) in two lagoons of the River Po Delta, Italy.
Gametogenic development of the clams was determined by histological analysis.
Histological analysis revealed simple gametogenic development from spring to summer, and spawning during summer at both sites (Fig.
Differences in gametogenic activity may be attributed to variations in environmental factors among lagoons.
Environmental fluctuation in total chlorophyll is the regulating factor for gametogenic activity, rather than latitudinal temperature variations.
Testicular gametogenic and steroidogenic activities in cyclophosphamide treated rat: A correlative study with testicular oxidative stress.
gonadal maturity and the percentage of gametogenic tissue) between resident nearshore and resident offshore conch for each season by using Fisher's exact test.
There were also significant differences in the percentage of gametogenic tissue between resident offshore and resident nearshore females during the spring, summer, and fall (Table 4).
Because of its close proximity to Africa, Spain is one of the European countries most susceptible to the traffic of sub-Saharan migrant workers and the risk for transmission by mosquitoes migrating from other countries or indigenous anophelines infected by gametogenic hosts has increased substantially.