Meaning of schizogamy

schi•zog•a•my

Pronunciation: (ski-zog'u-mē, skit-sog'-), [key]
— n. Biol.
  1. reproduction characterized by division of the organism into sexual and asexual parts, as in certain polychaetes.
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