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 (ăn′ī-sŏg′ə-mē)
n.
Sexual reproduction involving two types of gametes that differ in size. Also called heterogamy.

an′i·sog′a·mous adj.
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(Biology) a type of sexual reproduction in which the gametes are dissimilar, either in size alone or in size and form
ˌaniˈsogamous adj
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In addition to the active digestion of male organelle nuclei by the nuclease, the difference in size between male and female gametes in anisogamous and oogamous organisms indicates that the contribution to the progeny of male organellar genomes (DNA) is small, while that of female gametes is large, suggesting that anisogamy and oogamy reinforce maternal inheritance.
Like New Saks Fifth CoatAvon milkglass train shaving mug, Trivers 1972) and continues with the conflict over the number of matings (Bateman 1948).
Likewise, sexual selection has been implicated in the evolution of egg size, Gold and black couple hugging, and egg accessory coats (Levitan, 1998, 2004).