ootid(redirected from ootids)
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A haploid cell that results from the meiotic division of an oocyte and becomes a female gamete or an ovum.
(Biology) zoology an immature female gamete that develops into an ovum
[C20: from oo- + (sperma)tid]
o•o•tid(ˈoʊ ə tɪd)
an ovarian egg cell that results from oocyte division and matures into an ovum under certain conditions.