What structure replaces the graafian follicle, Biology

After ovulation:-

(a) what structure replaces the Graafian follicle

(b) what hormone does it produce?

 

(a) After ovulation, the follicle is replaced by the corpus luteum.

(b) The corpus luteum produces the hormone progesterone.

 

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