10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZYGOPHYTE»
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z ...
Zygophyte, zī′gōfīt, n. a plant in which reproduction takes place
bymeansofzygospores. [Gr.zygon,ayoke, phyton, a plant.] Zygopleural, zīgōplōō
′ral, adj. bilaterally symmetrical. [Gr. zygon,a yoke,pleura,the side.] Zygosis, zīgō
′sis, n. (bot.) ...
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
... zygomorphous, zygophyte, zygose, zygosis, zygospore, zygotactic, zygotaxis,
zygote, zygotic zymo-, zym-, -zymic (Gk., ferment, fermentation [leavening agent,
leavening catalyst]) Qualifying words: azyme, cytozyme, enzyme, histozyme, ...
Greek and Latin in English Today
... theatron viewing place theater 1 Hesiod, Works and Days, 311. 2 Latin second
declension neuter nouns end in "-um." megalopteran zoophobia pharmacopoeia
zygophyte anergy osteoid pharmacokinetics xylophagous synergy zoophyte ...
Henderson's Dictionary of Biology
zygophore nerve fibres between the pleural ganglion and a ganglion on visceral
branch of opposite side. zygophore n. hyphal branch bearing zygospores.
zygophyte n. plant with two similar reproductive cells which unite in fertilization.
Tenderly, under Violet waves, Xenogamy yields Zygophyte. — MARTHA
FORSTROM Detroit, Michigan Australian breeder Charlie Dalrymple evolved
fancy gambits. His interbred jumping kangaroos leaped magnificently:
nonetheless, often ...
Handbook of plant morphology: being the Handbook of plant ...
... as Conju^ata?, named from their mode of reproduction, the sexual spore being
produced by conjugation. Zygophyte is the English equivalent. Zygospore (yoke-
spore). The spore of Conjugate, formed by conjugation. INDFX i86 GLOSSARY.
Otis William Caldwell, Joseph Charles Arthur, Charles Reid Barnes, 1904
A Thesaurus of English Word Roots
... as the parrot) (dactylos finger; extended to mean “toe”) zygogenesis (in biology
, reproduction in which male and female gametes and nuclei fuse) (generare to
produce) zygomorphic (bilaterally symmetrical) (morphe form) zygophyte (a plant
Horace Gerald Danner, 2014
A simple addition nomograph1 is used for the evaluation and is applicable for
any product from an abacus to a zygophyte. Quality of the equipment being
analyzed, promptness of delivery, evaluation of descriptive literature and
catalogs on the ...
Langenscheidt Dictionary of Biology English: English-German, ...
... (Bot) Zygomycota pl, Jochpilze mpl (Abteilung der Pilze) Zygophyta (Bot)
Zygophyta pl, Jochalgen fpl (Abteilung der Algen) zygophyte Zygophyt m (
Pflanze mit einer besonderen Befruchtungsform) zygopodium s. zeugopodium
The American Naturalist
6, beariug date of April, 1888. The order is now known to be a Zygophyte, related
to the Mucorini, instead of Oophyte with close relationship to the
Saprolegniaceae. This Thaxter confirms by his beautiful drawings of Zygospores,
produced by a ...