Eggs of insect, Biology

EGGS OF INSECT

This eggs is centrolecithal and it is elliptical. It diameter is 2-3 mm.

It has two eggs membrane i.e. vitelline membrane and chitinous capsule.

The chitinous capsule has a minute pore, called micropile. The sperm enters through this micropile for fertilisation.

The yolk free peripheral ooplasm is called as periplasm.

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