gametogenic


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gametogenic

adjective Referring to or capable of gametogenesis.
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The evolution of MVF and IVF values over the sampling period at the farmed site reveals several gametogenic cycles and spawns (Fig.
Testicular gametogenic and steroidogenic activities in cyclophosphamide treated rat: A correlative study with testicular oxidative stress.
Montipora capitata is a simultaneous hermaphrodite with an annual gametogenic cycle.
littoralis with no gametogenic activity predominated in November and December.
Gametogenic activity, growth, mortality and production of a natural population.
Like the Sertoli cells of the testis, these cells are thought to provide support to the gametogenic cell.
gonadal maturity and the percentage of gametogenic tissue) between resident nearshore and resident offshore conch for each season by using Fisher's exact test.
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.
5[degrees]C anomalies) in both 1995/1996 and 1996/1997 (IGOSS 1998), throughout the 8-9 mo period which encompassed the gametogenic cycle and brief planktonic phase of spawning acroporids.
Gametogenic cycle of Rangia cuneata (Mactridae, Mollusca) in Mobile Bay, Alabama, with comments on geographic variation.
King first provides a review of a number of well-known systems in which meiotic behavior and fitness effects of specific rearrangements are well documented, including several in which nondisjunction and gametogenic impairment is high in hybrid crosses.
This range of GC can be explained by the variation inherent among samples used for this glycogen model, which differ in ploidy level, lineage, harvest date, collection site, height, meat weight, and likely gametogenic stage.