most zygose

zygosis

[zahy-goh-sis, zi-]
noun Biology.
the union of two gametes; conjugation.

Origin:
1875–80; < Neo-Latin zygōsis < Greek zýgōsis a yoking. See zygote, -sis

zygose [zahy-gohs, zig-ohs] , adjective
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zygosis (zaɪˈɡəʊsɪs, zɪ-)
 
n
biology another name for conjugation
 
zygose
 
adj

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zygosis zy·go·sis (zī-gō'sĭs, zĭ-)
n. pl. zy·go·ses (-sēz)
The union of gametes to form a zygote; conjugation.

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