Analysis of Spermatogenesis Using an Eel Model

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  title={Analysis of Spermatogenesis Using an Eel Model},
  author={Chiemi I. Miura and Takeshi Miura},
  year={2011}
}
Spermatogenesis is an indispensable process for the continuity of life. The process of spermatogenesis is very complex; it begins with spermatogonial renewal, then proceeds to proliferation of spermatogonia towards meiosis, two meiotic reduction divisions and spermiogenesis, during which the haploid spermatid develops into a spermatozoa. After spermiogenesis, non-functional sperm pass the process of sperm maturation and then become mature spermatozoa, fully capable of vigorous motility and… CONTINUE READING

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