unfertilized

ADJECTIVE
  1. not having been fertilized
    an unfertilized egg
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How To Use unfertilized In A Sentence

  • And since there is no way to tell fresh fertilized eggs from unfertilized ones without a microscope, your customers won't be able to tell either way.
  • Unfertilized eggs are usually more oval, and may have a pronounced mammillated coat or an extremely minimal mammillated layer.
  • This tactic seems risky, because not all ovules get fertilized, and the unfertilized ones abort without storing nutrients.
  • In parthenogenesis, an unfertilized egg can start dividing and still produce a normal offspring.
  • Unfertilized flowers remain persistent on stems for several weeks.
  • The researchers first injected the donor nucleus, from an adult cell, into an unfertilized egg. The Scientist
  • Because hybrid males are almost completely sterile, almost all eggs are unfertilized.
  • Next, they took an unfertilized egg from a second sheep and removed its DNA, carefully sucking it out with a thin glass tube called a pipette.
  • _ Longitudinal section of the summit of a shoot bearing a nearly mature sporogonium, sg, still enclosed in the calyptra; ar ', archegonia which have remained unfertilized; st, stem; b, leaf; p, perianth. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 "Brescia" to "Bulgaria"
  • Densities of predaceous arthropods were higher on fertilized than on unfertilized trees.
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