conjugant


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con·ju·gant

(kon'jū-gant),
A member of a mating pair of organisms or gametes undergoing conjugation.
See also: exconjugant.
[L. con-jugo, to join]
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conjugant

(kŏn′jə-gənt)
n.
Either of a pair of organisms, cells, or gametes undergoing conjugation.
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con·ju·gant

(kon'jŭ-gănt)
A member of a mating pair of organisms or gametes undergoing conjugation.
[L. con-jugo, to join]
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conjugant

one of a pair of gametes in CONJUGATION.
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