One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Originally: the production of gametes that are smaller and of a different structure than vegetative cells of the same organism (obsolete). In later use: merogony, especially that resulting in the production of gametes or gamonts.
Early 20th century (in an earlier sense). From French mérogamie from méro- + -gamie.
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