Ovum

  • 1 Ovum — RHK Logo de Ovum RHK Création 1995 Personnages clés Chris Dines, CEO …

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  • 2 Ovum — O vum ([=o] v[u^]m), n.; pl. L. {Ova} ([=o] v[.a]), E. {Ovums} ([=o] v[u^]mz). [L., an egg. See {Oval}.] 1. (Biol.) A more or less spherical and transparent cell, which by a process of multiplication and growth develops into a mass of cells,… …

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  • 3 OVUM — Graece Ω᾿ὸν, quomodo generetur, facunde persequitur Plin. l. 10. c. 35. qui et de vitiis et remediis incubantium, c. seq. ubi et quaedam citra incubitum, sponte naturae gignere, ut in Aegypti fimetis; memorat: scitum de quodam potore, illum… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 4 Ovum — das; s, Ōva <aus lat. ovum »Ei«> Ei, Eizelle (Med., Biol.) …

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  • 5 ovum — (n.) (pl. ova), 1706, from L. ovum egg, cognate with Gk. oon, O.N. egg, O.E. æg, all from PIE root *awi egg (see EGG (Cf. egg) (n.)) …

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  • 6 ovum — ȏvum m DEFINICIJA biol. jaje ETIMOLOGIJA lat. ovum …

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  • 7 ovum — ovum. См. яйцеклетка. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 8 Ovum — (lat.), ein Ei …

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  • 9 Ovum — (lat., ovulum), Ei (s. d.); ovulum abortivum, Abortivei, s. Mole, S. 32 …

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  • 10 Ovum — ⇒ Eizelle …

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  • 11 Ovum — Ovum,das:⇨Ei(I,1),Keimzelle(1) …

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  • 12 ovum — meaning ‘an egg cell’, is pronounced oh vǝm and has the plural form ova …

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  • 13 ovum — ► NOUN (pl. ova) ▪ a mature female reproductive cell, which can divide to give rise to an embryo usually only after fertilization by a male cell. ORIGIN Latin, egg …

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  • 14 ovum — [ō′vəm] n. pl. ova [ō′və] [L, EGG1] 1. Biol. a mature female germ cell which, generally only after fertilization, develops into a new member of the same species; female gamete; egg 2. Archit. an egg shaped ornament …

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  • 15 Ovum — For other uses, see Ovum (disambiguation). Ovum A human ovum with corona radiata surrounding it An ovum (plural ova, from the Latin word ovum meaning egg …

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  • 16 ovum — /oh veuhm/, n., pl. ova /oh veuh/. 1. Cell Biol. a. the female reproductive cell or gamete of animals, which is capable of developing, usually only after fertilization, into a new individual. b. the female reproductive cell or gamete of plants. 2 …

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  • 17 Ovum — Eizelle; Ei * * * Ovum 〈[ vum] n.; s, Ova〉 = Ovulum * * * Ovum, das; s, Ova [lat. ovum] (Biol., Med.): weibliche Keimzelle, Ei(zelle). * * * I …

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  • 18 ovum — deut·ovum; ovum; pseud·ovum; …

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  • 19 Ovum — An ovum is an egg that exists in the ovary of the female. This egg is called the female "gamete" or sex cell. It combines with the male gamete, called a sperm, to form a zygote. This formation process is called… …

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  • 20 ovum — [[t]o͟ʊvəm[/t]] ova N COUNT An ovum is one of the eggs of a woman or female animal. [TECHNICAL] Once the ovum is released it has a lifespan of 12 to 36 hours. Syn: egg …

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