Antheridiophore



antheridiophore
antheridiophore
(ān’thə-rĭd’ē-ə-fôr’)
A structure that bears the antheridia in some liverworts. See more at liverwort.

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    the motile male gamete produced in an antheridium. Historical Examples The product of the union of an antherozoid and an oosphere is termed an oospore. Scientific American Supplement, Vol. XXI., No. 531, March 6, 1886 Various noun one of many small male gametes produced in an antheridium antherozoid (ān’thər-ə-zō’ĭd) See spermatozoid.

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  • Antho-

    a combining form meaning “flower,” used in the formation of compound words: anthophore. combining form denoting a flower: anthophore, anthotaxy, anthozoan



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