germogen definition

  • noun:
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, perhaps not divided into individual cells, where particular ova tend to be developed.
    • The ancient mobile using embryonic forms.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, maybe not divided into individual cells, that certain ova are created.
    • The ancient cell in certain embryonic forms.
    • A syncytium or nucleated mass of protoplasm where the reproductive or germ-cells occur. The germogen is actually observed in the ovaries of insects.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, not split into split cells, from which specific ova tend to be developed.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, maybe not split into split cells, where particular ova are created.
    • The ancient mobile in a few embryonic kinds.
    • A polynuclear size of protoplasm, maybe not divided into split cells, from where particular ova are developed.
    • The primitive cell in a few embryonic types.
    • A syncytium or nucleated mass of protoplasm that the reproductive or germ-cells arise. The germogen is clearly present in the ovaries of bugs.
    • The primitive cellular in a few embryonic forms.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, maybe not split into split cells, from which certain ova are created.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, perhaps not divided into individual cells, from where particular ova are created.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, not divided into split cells, from where specific ova tend to be created.
    • The ancient cell in certain embryonic forms.
    • The primitive cell in certain embryonic forms.
    • A syncytium or nucleated size of protoplasm from which the reproductive or germ-cells arise. The germogen is actually observed in the ovaries of bugs.
    • The ancient mobile in certain embryonic forms.
    • A polynuclear size of protoplasm, not divided in to separate cells, that certain ova are created.
    • A polynuclear mass of protoplasm, maybe not split into individual cells, from which certain ova are created.
    • The ancient cellular in certain embryonic kinds.
    • The ancient cellular in certain embryonic kinds.
    • A syncytium or nucleated size of protoplasm from which the reproductive or germ-cells arise. The germogen is actually noticed in the ovaries of pests.
    • A syncytium or nucleated mass of protoplasm where the reproductive or germ-cells arise. The germogen is clearly noticed in the ovaries of insects.
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