Control of early ovarian follicular development.

@article{Mcnatty1999ControlOE,
  title={Control of early ovarian follicular development.},
  author={Kenneth Pattrick Mcnatty and Derek A. Heath and Thomas Lundy and Andrew E. Fidler and Laurel Diana Quirke and Anthony O'Connell and Patrick Smith and Np Groome and David J. Tisdall},
  journal={Journal of reproduction and fertility. Supplement},
  year={1999},
  volume={54},
  pages={
          3-16
        }
}
Early follicular growth refers to the development of an ovarian follicle from the primordial to early antral phase. In sheep and cows these phases of growth can be classified by the configuration of granulosal cells in the largest cross-section of the follicle as types 1 (primordial), 1a (transitory) 2 (primary), 3 and 4 (preantral) and 5 (early antral). Follicles classified as type 1 may be highly variable within each species with respect to number of granulosal cells and diameter of oocyte… CONTINUE READING
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