Zygotic



of or relating to a .
having zygosity.
Historical Examples

Heterozygote (different yolk), a zygotic individual which contains both members of an allelomorphic pair.
Applied Eugenics Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson

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  • Zyklon

    noun hydrogen cyanide used as a poisonous gas, esp. in Nazi concentration camps Contemporary Examples In the next case are photocopies of transit passes for the trucks that brought the cannisters of zyklon B pellets. My Visit To Hell Christopher Buckley January 29, 2009 Finally the empty canisters of zyklon B, perhaps a hundred or […]

  • Zymo-

    a combining form meaning “ferment,” “leaven,” used in the formation of compound words: zymology. combining form indicating fermentation: zymology zymo- pref. Fermentation: zymogenic. Enzyme: zymogram.



  • Zym-

    a combining form meaning “ferment,” “leaven,” used in the formation of compound words: zymology. combining form indicating fermentation: zymology zymo- pref. Fermentation: zymogenic. Enzyme: zymogram.

  • Zymase

    the complex of enzymes obtained from yeast, also occurring in bacteria and other organisms, that acts in alcoholic fermentation and other forms of glycolysis. Historical Examples Hans von Euler-Chelpin isolated one part of zymase, which remains active even after heating its solution to the boiling point. Smithsonian Institution – United States National Museum – Bulletin […]



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