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abdulqahar045

  • 3 years ago

difference between spermetogensis an oogensis?

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  1. biokid
    • 3 years ago
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    spermotengenises occurs in males , oogenesis in females . Oogenesis has unequal cytoplasmic division that results in one large ovum and two or three much smaller polar bodies. Spermatogenesis results in four sperm cells. Sperm cells (in most lineages) have flagella. Ova don't.

  2. abdulqahar045
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    please 15 differerence required

  3. biokid
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    Below links to : A tabular comparison of spermatogenesis and oogenesis furnishes evidence for major differences in the timing of production, number and size of gametes. http://www.embryology.ch/anglais/cgametogen/vergleich01.html

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