Syngamy



noun, Biology.
1.
union of gametes, as in fertilization or conjugation; sexual reproduction.
noun
1.
other names for sexual reproduction

syngamy syn·ga·my (sĭng’gə-mē)
n.
The fusion of two gametes in fertilization.
syn·gam’ic (sĭn-gām’ĭk) or syn’ga·mous (sĭng’gə-məs) adj.
syngamy
(sĭng’gə-mē)
The fusion of two gametes in fertilization.

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