Types of ovarian cycles in mammals, Biology

Types of Ovarian Cycles in Mammals

Mammals exhibit two types of ovarian cycles;

  • Estrous Cycle, exhibited by non-primates such as rats, cats, dogs, pigs, and
  • Menstrual Cycle, found in the primates (Monkeys, Chimpanzees and humans).

 

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