Cell Biology. one of the cells that result from the meiotic divisions of a spermatocyte and mature into spermatozoa.
(zoology) any of four immature male gametes that are formed from a spermatocyte, each of which develops into a spermatozoon
spermatid sper·ma·tid (spûr’mə-tĭd)
Any of the four haploid cells formed by meiosis in a male organism that develop into spermatozoa without further division.
noun, plural spermatia [spur-mey-shee-uh] /spɜrˈmeɪ ʃi ə/ (Show IPA) 1. Botany. the nonmotile male gamete of a red alga. 2. Mycology. a minute, colorless cell, of certain fungi and lichens, believed to be a male reproductive body, developed within spermogonia. noun (pl) -tia (-tɪə) 1. a nonmotile male reproductive cell in red algae and some […]
1. a combining form meaning “seed”; used with this meaning and as a combining form of sperm1. in the formation of compound words: spermatogonium. combining form 1. indicating sperm: spermatogenesis 2. indicating seed: spermatophyte spermato- or spermat- pref. Sperm: spermatic. Spermatozoon: spermatogenesis.
spermatoblast sper·mat·o·blast (spər-māt’ə-blāst’, spûr’mə-tə-) n. See spermatogonium.
noun 1. a section of a road where hidden police, radar, etc., carefully check the speed of motorists and strictly enforce traffic regulations: sometimes characterized by hard-to-see signals, hidden traffic signs, etc. noun 1. a section of road on which the police check the speed of vehicles, often using radar