Macrogamete



[mak-roh-gam-eet, -guh-meet] /ˌmæk roʊˈgæm it, -gəˈmit/

noun, Cell Biology.
1.
(in heterogamous reproduction) the larger and usually female of a pair of conjugating .
/ˌmækrəʊˈɡæmiːt/
noun
1.
the larger and apparently female of two gametes in conjugating protozoans Compare microgamete

macrogamete mac·ro·ga·mete (māk’rō-gām’ēt, -gə-mēt’)
n.
The larger of a pair of conjugating gametes, usually the female, in an organism that reproduces by heterogamy. Also called megagamete.
macrogamete
(māk’rō-gām’ēt, -gə-mēt’)
The larger of a pair of conjugating gametes, usually the female, in an organism that reproduces by heterogamy.

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