Definition of Spermatia. Meaning of Spermatia. Synonyms of Spermatia

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Definition of Spermatia

Spermatia
Spermatium Sper*ma"ti*um, n.; pl. Spermatia. [NL.] (Bot.) One of the motionless spermatozoids in the conceptacles of certain fungi. --J. H. Balfour.

Meaning of Spermatia from wikipedia

- while some red algae and fungi produce non-motile sperm cells, known as ****tia. Flowering plants contain non-motile sperm inside pollen, while some more...
- (egg cells, ova) by (or with) small gametes (sperm cells: ****tozoa or ****tia). Gamete size difference is the fundamental difference between females...
- Different forms of anisogamy: A) anisogamy of motile cells, B) oogamy (egg cell and sperm cell), C) anisogamy of non-motile cells (egg cell and ****tia)....
- Different forms of anisogamy: A) anisogamy of motile cells, B) oogamy (egg cell and sperm cell), C) anisogamy of non-motile cells (egg cell and ****tia)....
- ****insia ****tias is a moth of the family Pterophoridae. It is found in Brazil and Paraguay. The wingspan is 16–17 mm. The head is ochreous-brown, but...
- Urediniomycetes during its life cycle. (These include teliospores, basidiospores, ****tia, and aeciospores. The type of spore it does not produce is urediniospores...
- act as nonmotile ****tia, and also protruding receptive hyphae. Insects and probably other vectors such as rain carry the ****tia from ****gonium...
- they release for fertilization. Antheridia producing non-motile sperm (****tia) are called ****tangia. Some antheridia do not release their sperm....
- ****tia from one host plant to another, in the same way that pollinators transfer pollen between the true flowers of uninfected plants. ****tia transferred...
- infections: basidiospores, teliospores, urediniospores, aeciospores, and ****tia. Oak trees are the secondary host for this pathogen. The primary inoculum...
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