meiotic


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mei·ot·ic

(mī-ot'ik),
Pertaining to meiosis.

meiotic

adjective Pertaining to meiosis.

mei·ot·ic

(mī-ot'ik)
Pertaining to meiosis.

meiotic

pertaining to meiosis.
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In the water temperature experiment, the highest percentage of oocytes without a polar body (PB) occurred at 19[degrees]C, indicating delayed meiotic development, with a nondevelopment rate of 75.
Transforming growth factor-beta stimulates meiotic maturation of the rat oocyte.
We previously showed that the immunoreactive Egr3 is specifically localized near MTOCs and on spindle during meiotic maturation of oocytes [2].
The present study is in line with the previous reports that buffalo COCs respond well towards EGF and resulted in improved meiotic resumption, increased proportion of matured oocytes and embryos developed to blastocyst stage (Chauhan et al.
A list of 305 meiotic genes given by IPA was taken as the reference.
Edwards syndrome occurs because of meiotic nondisjunction.
Moreover, NO plays a role in the second meiotic block release and oocyte activation [42, 43, 114].
A constitutional complex chromosome rearrangement involving meiotic arrest in an azoospermic male: Case report.
52) Furthermore, we have clarified that granulosa cells express an inhibitor of the induction of meiotic resumption and that cumulus expansion interferes with this inhibitor to induce the resumption of meiosis in oocytes in mammals.
In addition, some studies have compared vitrification of oocytes with slow-freezing by examining morphological appearance, meiotic spindle, DNA integrity, and oocyte configuration.