plasmogamy

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plas·mog·a·my

(plaz-mog'ă-mē),
Union of two or more cells with preservation of the individual nuclei; formation of a plasmodium.
Synonym(s): plasmatogamy, plastogamy
[plasmo- + G. gamos, marriage]

plasmogamy

(plăz-mŏg′ə-mē)
n.
Fusion of the cytoplasms of two or more cells, as contrasted with fusion of the nuclei.

plas·mog·a·my

(plaz-mog'ă-mē)
Union of two or more cells with preservation of the individual nuclei; formation of a plasmodium.
[plasmo- + G. gamos, marriage]

plasmogamy

(plăs-mŏg′ă-mē) [″ + Gr. gamos, marriage]
The fusion of cells.
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