Heterogamy meaning

hĕtə-rŏgə-mē
Alternation of sexual and parthenogenic generations, as in some aphids.
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The state of having different types of flowers on the same plant, as both pistillate ray florets and staminate disk florets in a flower head.
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Marriage between people who are different from each other, especially in their sociocultural backgrounds.
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Alternation of sexual and parthenogenic generations, as in some aphids.
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The state of having different types of flowers on the same plant, as both pistillate ray florets and staminate disk florets in a flower head.
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Alternation of sexual and parthenogenetic generations, as in the life cycles of some aphids.
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A reproductive system that is characterized by the fusion of gametes (called heterogametes ) that are dissimilar in size and structure, such as the egg and sperm of animals.
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(biology) The state of conjugating gametes that are different in size, structure and function.
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(sociology) Marriage or similar union between people of different sexes, or social strata, such as races,.
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Origin of heterogamy

  • hetero- +"Ž -gamy

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