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CULTURE
CELL COUNTS
EGGS
ANIMALS
LAND PLANTS
DIPLOID CELL
KARYOGAMY
ZYGOTES
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Definitions

  1. Zygotes are then grown in culture and implanted into human test slaves. (Web site)
  2. Zygotes (i.e., fertilized eggs prior to cell division) are placed via catheter directly into the women's fallopian tubes.

Culture

  1. Zygotes are then grown in culture and implanted into human test-slaves.

Cell Counts

  1. The counts of MCC3 (and JXC4) and mated zygotes were obtained directly from the cell counts on SD + 5-FOA medium and SD N medium, respectively. (Web site)

Eggs

  1. A few days later, the eggs, now called zygotes, are placed in the woman's uterus.

Animals

  1. This fungus may overproduce dikaryotic fruit initials, called dikaryons, like animals and plants may overproduce zygotes.

Land Plants

  1. Therefore, we conjecture that genomic imprinting may already have been expressed in zygotes of the ancestors of land plants. (Web site)

Diploid Cell

  1. In the whole cycle, zygotes are the only diploid cell; mitosis occurs only in the haploid phase.

Karyogamy

  1. Plasmogamy is followed by karyogamy, therefore zygospores are diploid (zygotes). (Web site)

Zygotes

  1. The fertilized eggs (zygotes) are then returned to the fallopian tubes, through which they travel to the uterus.
  2. These zygotes each produce eight sexual spores which together fill up one fruiting body.

Categories

  1. Fertilized Eggs
  2. Fallopian Tubes
  3. Karyogamy
  4. Sexual Spores
  5. Diploid Cell
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