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FOUR HAPLOID MICROSPORES
OOCYTE
MITOTIC DIVISION
FOUR CELLS
FEMALE GAMETES
FEMALE GAMETE
MEIOTIC DIVISION
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Four Haploid Microspores

  1. Four haploid microspores are produced from each diploid sporogenous cell called a microsporocyte, after meiotic division. (Web site)

Oocyte

  1. A cell from which gametes develop by meiotic division, especially a spermatocyte or an oocyte.
  2. The oocyte undergoes a meiotic division to form two differently sized cells, a large secondary oocyte and the first polar body.

Mitotic Division

  1. The eight spores are produced by a combination of a meiotic division followed by a mitotic division.

Four Cells

  1. In oogenesis in animals only one of the four cells formed by meiotic division is functional.

Female Gametes

  1. Nuclear fusion of the male and female gametes occurs setting the stage for meiotic division to form ascospores. (Web site)

Female Gamete

  1. A haploid cell that results from the meiotic division of an oocyte and becomes a female gamete or an ovum.

Meiotic Division

  1. If the vegetative cells are diploid, a cell may transform directly into an ascus after the 2 n nucleus undergoes a reduction or meiotic division. (Web site)
  2. These are sacs of sexual spores (ascospores) resulting from meiotic division. (Web site)
  3. The spermatozoa of animals are produced through spermatogenesis inside the male gonads (testicles) via meiotic division.

Categories

  1. Secondary Oocyte
  2. Female Gamete
  3. Four Cells
  4. Vegetative Cells
  5. Ascomycetes > Ascus
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