Different phases of spermatogenesis, Biology

DIFFERENT PHASES OF SPERMATOGENESIS

Spermatogenesis complete into two phases.

1.       Spermatocytogenesis

The entire process can be divided into three phases :

(i) Multiplication phase                  (ii) Growth phase                        (iii) Maturation phase

2.       Spermeiogenesis / Spermetoleosis

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