Inversely egg-shaped; ovoid, but with the widest part at the apex.
Inversely pear-shaped, i.e. with the widest part at the point of attachment. Compare with pyriform.
The female gametangium in which the oospore forms after fertilization by the antheridium. (Pl. oogonia)
Zygote or thick-walled spore that forms within the oogonium after fertilization; may be long-lived.
Egg-shaped; the widest part is at the bottom and the narrow part at the apex.