Growth phase -stages in spermatogenesis, Biology

Growth Phase -Stages in spermatogenesis

Growth phase is characterized by the acquisition of the structural and functional characteristics of distinct sex cells. Also here is a pronounced increase in the size of spermatogonial cells which are now known as primary spermatocytes.

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Figure:  Stages in spermatogenesis

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