Definition of Pronuclei

1. Noun. (plural of pronucleus) ¹



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Definition of Pronuclei

1. pronucleus [n] - See also: pronucleus

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Literary usage of Pronuclei

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1. Darwinism Illustrated: Wood-engravings Explanatory of the Theory of Evolution by George John Romanes (1892)
"Two attraction (or protoplasmic) spheres, each with a central particle united with a small spindle of achromatic close to the mutually approaching pronuclei ..."

2. The Maturation of the Egg of the Mouse by Joseph Abraham Long, Edward Laurens Mark (1911)
"THE pronuclei. A discussion of the further development of the ripe egg does not lie within the scope of the present work. It suffices to say that the ..."

3. The Development of the Frog's Egg: An Introduction to Experimental Embryology by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1897)
"ENTRANCE OF SPERMATOZOON AND COPULATION OF pronuclei t The sperm of the male is poured out into the water, and probably over the eggs themselves at the ..."

4. Human Embryology by Charles Sedgwick Minot (1892)
"In the rabbit, Rein, 83.1, both pronuclei lie at first eccentrically, but they move toward each other and toward the centre, meeting, however, ..."

5. Biological Lectures Delivered at the Marine Biological Laboratory of Wood's (1894)
"In cases where there is no appreciable difference in size between the two pronuclei, the one may be distinguished from the other, as long as they remain ..."

6. Design in Nature: Illustrated by Spiral and Other Arrangements in the by James Bell Pettigrew (1908)
"G. Construction of skein and v-shaped formation of chromatin filaments in female (</) and male (li} pronuclei, which now indent each other ; i; ..."

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