Spermatocyte

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Spermatocyte
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Transverse section of a tubule of the testis of a rat. X 250.
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Scheme showing analogies in the process of maturation of the ovum and the development of the spermatids (young spermatozoa).
Gray's subject #258 1243
MeSH Spermatocytes

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A spermatocyte is a male gametocyte which is derived from a spermatogonium. Initially in spermatogenesis, a spermatogonium divides by mitosis into two so-called primary spermatocytes. A primary spermatocyte is also diploid, and, in turn, gives place by meiosis to two secondary spermatocytes, which this time are haploid.

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