1. of or relating to meiosis
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How To Use meiotic In A Sentence

  • Thus, both tagged proteins could support initiation of meiotic recombination at a temperature commonly used for sporulation of laboratory strains.
  • Since Lande’s model does not incorporate mechanisms that influence fixation such as meiotic drive and kin-founding, there is reason to believe that the overall fixation probability for human chromosome 2 may be higher than the base calculation for the deme. The Panda's Thumb: Arthur Hunt Archives
  • This is before the nucleolus breaks up, which it does at a later stage in the first meiotic prophase. Nobel Lecture The Significance of Responses of the Genome to Challenge
  • Lying between, and nurtured by, the Sertoli cells, the primary spermatocytes undergo two meiotic divisions and cellular remodelling to produce mature sperm.
  • Males can, therefore, arise spontaneously, as a result of the rare meiotic loss of an X chromosome.
  • Therefore, progression from mitosis into meiotic prophase is spatially organized in a linear fashion extending from the distal end.
  • Meiotic spindles form after fertilization of the worm embryo in the same cytoplasm that later supports embryonic mitosis.
  • Peircean semeiotic derives ultimately from the theory of signs of Duns Scotus and its later development by John of St. Thomas Nobody Knows Nothing
  • Temporary heat stress near the time of estrus and ovulation can reduce oocyte quality by altering meiotic processes, directly affecting conceptus quality and survival.
  • Several models have been proposed to explain the mechanism responsible for meiotic recombination.
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