An electron microscope study on spermatogenesis in Hymenolepis nana.

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Only on the basis of nuclear size, spermatogonia can be easily identified by their relatively large prominent nuclei. Further meiotic division occur resulting in primary spermatocytes. The nuclei become smaller, placed peripherally forming the spermatids. A membrane-bound clefts develop in the cytoplasm in the region of spermatid nuclei and that such clefts… (More)

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@article{Abouzakham1990AnEM, title={An electron microscope study on spermatogenesis in Hymenolepis nana.}, author={A A Abouzakham and S A Romia and M. M. Hegazi and Esmat El-Kholy}, journal={Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology}, year={1990}, volume={20 1}, pages={215-9} }