Definition of Ovariole. Meaning of Ovariole. Synonyms of Ovariole

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Definition of Ovariole

Ovariole
Ovariole O*va"ri*ole, n. (Zo["o]l.) One of the tubes of which the ovaries of most insects are composed.

Meaning of Ovariole from wikipedia

- ovariole is one of the tubes of which the ovaries of most insects are composed. Typically an insect will have two ovaries. The constituent ovarioles lead...
- ovarioles, which vary in size and number by species. The number of eggs that the insect is able to make varies according to the number of ovarioles,...
- along the length of the ovariole). In some species these long ovarioles branch off the lateral duct, while in others, short ovarioles appear around the duct...
- called ovarioles, which vary in size and number by species. The number of eggs that the insect is able to make vary by the number of ovarioles with the...
- type is when one ovary has one filamentous ovariole but no visible oocytes or very small oocytes. An ovariole is one of the tubes of the ovaries of a wasp...
- they are all female (thelytoky). The embryos develop within the mothers' ovarioles, which then give birth to live (already hatched) first-instar female nymphs...
- Drosophila C virus develop more quickly, the females have a greater number of ovarioles than uninfected flies. Whilst based on this evidence it has been suggested...
- Drosophila ovariole: spectrosomes are the red round structures in germline stem cells. The red branched structures in 2-cell and 8-cell cysts are the fusomes...
- produce 40,000 eggs a day. The two mature ovaries may have some 2,000 ovarioles each. The abdomen increases the queen's body length to several times more...
- the production of the rubbery cuticle material resilin and panoistic ovarioles which have germ cells forming a continuous tube in place of the usual...
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