Spermatogenesis in nonmammalian vertebrates.

@article{Pudney1995SpermatogenesisIN,
  title={Spermatogenesis in nonmammalian vertebrates.},
  author={Jeffrey Pudney},
  journal={Microscopy research and technique},
  year={1995},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={459-97}
}
Spermatogenesis appears to be a fairly conserved process throughout the vertebrate series. Thus, spermatogonia develop into spermatocytes that undergo meiosis to produce spermatids which enter spermiogenesis where they undergo a morphological transformation into spermatozoa. There is, however, variation amongst the vertebrates in how germ cell development and maturation is accomplished. This difference can be broadly divided into two distinct patterns, one present in anamniotes (fish, amphibia… CONTINUE READING
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