zygosis

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zy·go·sis

(zī-gō'sis),
True conjugation or sexual union of two unicellular organisms, consisting essentially in the fusion of the nuclei of the two cells.
[G. a joining]
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zygosis

(zī-gō′sĭs, zĭ-)
n. pl. zygo·ses (-sēz)
The union of gametes to form a zygote; conjugation.
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zy·go·sis

(zī-gō'sis)
True conjugation or sexual union of two unicellular organisms, consisting essentially in the fusion of the nuclei of the two cells.
[G. a joining]
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