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.
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Nevertheless, the elimination of meiotic arrest oocytes from can be restored using in vitro production methods for bovine embryos production (Combelles, 2013).
Decreased CDC25A expression in Johnsen score 5 is associated with meiotic arrest in the etiology of spermatogenic failure.
This change of actin network distribution may be caused by signals along the meiotic spindle, originating from chromatin.
Effect of Forskolin and PD166285 on spindle assembly The formation of normal meiotic spindles during oocyte maturation is very important to developmental potential.
Our study reported the first results of the chromosome number, karyotype and meiotic features for the genus Hersiliola.
The stages of seminiferous epithelium identified in this studywere based on the tubular morphology method that focuses on the shape and position of spermatid nuclei, meiotic division of spermatocytes, and the presence of other seminiferous epithelium components [17, 18].
Transforming growth factor-beta stimulates meiotic maturation of the rat oocyte.
The process of meiotic maturation and acquisition of developmental competence determines the ability of the oocyte to undergo successful fertilization, cleavage, and embryonic development.
Posttranslational modifications on the Spo11-accessory protein Mer2 have been shown to contribute to the timely execution of DSB formation in meiotic recombination.
The ROS generated have also been linked to integral roles in meiotic resumption via activation of the maturation-promoting factor (MPF) [48, 49].