[meg-uh-guh-meet, -gam-eet] /ˌmɛg ə gəˈmit, -ˈgæm it/

noun, Cell Biology.
another name for macrogamete

megagamete meg·a·gam·ete (měg’ə-gām’ēt’, -gə-mēt’)
See macrogamete.


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