telolecithal


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tel·o·lec·i·thal

(tel-ō-les'i-thăl),
Denoting an oocyte in which a large amount of deuteroplasm or yolk accumulates at the vegetative pole, as in the eggs of birds and reptiles.
[G. telos, end, + G. lekithos, yolk]

telolecithal

/telo·lec·i·thal/ (tel″o-les´ĭ-thal) having a medium to large amount of yolk, with the yolk concentrated toward one pole (the vegetal pole); as in the eggs of fish, amphibians, birds, and reptiles.

tel·o·lec·i·thal

(tel'ō-les'i-thăl)
Denoting an oocyte (ovum) in which a large amount of deuteroplasm accumulates at the vegetative pole, as in the eggs of birds and reptiles.
[G. telos, end, + G. lekithos, yolk]

telolecithal

(of eggs) having the yolk aggregated at the vegetative pole.