[ahy-suh-gam-eet, ahy-soh-guh-meet] /ˌaɪ səˈgæm it, ˌaɪ soʊ gəˈmit/
noun, Cell Biology.
one of a pair of conjugating , exhibiting no differences in form, size, structure, or sex.
a gamete that is similar in size and form to the one with which it unites in fertilization Compare heterogamete
isogamete iso·gam·ete (ī’sō-gām’ēt’, -gə-mēt’)
A gamete that has the same size and structure as the one with which it unites.
[ahy-sog-uh-muh s] /aɪˈsɒg ə məs/ adjective, Biology. 1. having two similar gametes in which no differentiation can be distinguished, or reproducing by the union of such gametes (opposed to ). isogamy (ī-sŏg’ə-mē) A reproductive system characterized by the fusion of gametes (called isogametes) that are not distinguished in size or structure. Isogamy is found in […]
[ahy-sog-uh-mee] /aɪˈsɒg ə mi/ noun, Biology. 1. the fusion of two gametes of similar form, as in certain algae. /aɪˈsɒɡəmɪ/ noun 1. (in some algae and fungi) sexual fusion of gametes of similar size and form Compare heterogamy (sense 1) isogamy i·sog·a·my (ī-sŏg’ə-mē) n. Conjugation between gametes of equal size and structure, or between individual […]
isogeneic i·so·ge·ne·ic (ī’sō-jə-nē’ĭk) or i·so·gen·ic (-jěn’ĭk) adj. Relating to a group of individuals or to a strain of animals genetically alike with respect to specified gene pairs.
- Isogeneic graft
isogeneic graft n. See syngraft.