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- adj. Of or pertaining to a zygote.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or produced by means of, fertilized eggs or zygotes.
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- adj. of or relating to a zygote
In the first two examples, and to a lesser extent in large animal zygotes that undergo post-zygotic development without external sources of nutrition (e.g. Xenopus), the resulting hierarchies are fully nested and display the property of summativity.
And Marc L. Greenberg, of Lawrence, Kan., takes top honors for his brainstorm: “This could be a zygotic episode, particularly if the parents are crazy in love.”
If the populations are brought back into contact, this post-zygotic barrier could drive the selection for pre-zygotic barriers to reproduction which would lead to complete reproductive isolation.
Such results can be related to the formation of meiotic trivalent in the hybrids leading to the production of viable aneuploid gametes and post-zygotic elimination of embryos due to chromosomal non disjunction events at meiosis.
But its two-part quasi-zygotic larval stages are the milk and the cookie
Scooty must first command the zygotic thrustification, with every available pimp.
The zygotic stage only lasts for a few days, and it takes several days before most women know they are pregnant.
Therefore, the proportion of A1 gametes, and thus the frequency of the A1 allele in the second generation at the zygotic stage, is: p²
In the one-locus case, we saw that in a large randomly mating population, there is a simple relationship between the frequencies of the gamete types and of the zygotic genotypes that they form.
In the first generation, the genotypic frequencies at the zygotic stage are p2, 2pq and q2 for
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