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isogamy

 [i-sog´ah-me]
reproduction resulting from union of two gametes identical in size and structure, as in protozoa. adj., adj isog´amous.
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i·sog·a·my

(ī-sog'ă-mē),
Conjugation between two equal gametes or two individual cells alike in all respects.
[iso- + G. gamos, marriage]
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isogamy

(ī-sŏg′ə-mē)
n.
Reproduction by the fusion or conjugation of isogametes, as in certain algae and fungi.

i·sog′a·mous adj.
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i·sog·a·my

(ī-sog'ă-mē)
Conjugation between two equal gametes or two individual cells alike in all respects.
[iso- + G. gamos, marriage]
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isogamy

see ISOGAMETE.
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