Coordination of spermatogenic processes in the testis: lessons from cystic spermatogenesis

Abstract

A common observation in the vertebrate testis is that new germ cell clones enter spermatogenesis proper before previously formed clones have completed their development. The extent to which the developmental advance of any given germ cell clone in any phase of spermatogenesis is dependent on that of neighboring clones and/or on the coordinating influence of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00441-011-1288-1

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@article{Mcclusky2011CoordinationOS, title={Coordination of spermatogenic processes in the testis: lessons from cystic spermatogenesis}, author={Leon Mendel Mcclusky}, journal={Cell and Tissue Research}, year={2011}, volume={349}, pages={703-715} }