Egg envelopes, Biology

Egg Envelopes

Like any other cell, all the eggs are covered by the cell membrane or plasmalemma It is with two layers of about 50 A? (unit membrane) separated by a gap of 60 A?. In addition to plasmalemma, the eggs of practically all animals are surrounded by special egg envelopes (or egg membranes).

Based on their origin, types of egg envelopes are

  • Primary or
  • Secondary ones.
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