spermatid

spermatid

[spur-muh-tid]
noun
Cell Biology. one of the cells that result from the meiotic divisions of a spermatocyte and mature into spermatozoa.

Origin:
1885–90; spermat- + -id3

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spermatid (ˈspɜːmətɪd)
 
n
zoology any of four immature male gametes that are formed from a spermatocyte, each of which develops into a spermatozoon

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spermatid sper·ma·tid (spûr'mə-tĭd)
n.
Any of the four haploid cells formed by meiosis in a male organism that develop into spermatozoa without further division.

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