spermatid

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spermatid

 [sper´mah-tid]
a cell produced by meiotic division of a secondary spermatocyte; it develops into the spermatozoon.

sper·ma·tid

(sper'mă-tid),
A cell in a late stage of the development of the spermatozoon; it is a haploid cell derived from the secondary spermatocyte and differentiates by spermiogenesis into a spermatozoon.
Synonym(s): nematoblast
[spermat- + -id (2)]

spermatid

(spûr′mə-tĭd)
n.
Any of the four haploid cells that are formed by meiosis from a spermatocyte and that develop into spermatozoa without further division.

sper·ma·tid

(spĕr'mă-tid)
A cell in a late stage of the development of the sperm; it is a haploid cell derived from the secondary spermatocyte and evolves by spermiogenesis into a sperm.
[spermat- + -id (2)]

spermatid

a haploid stage in male GAMETO GENESIS.