What Is the Difference between Gametogenesis in Female Mammals and Male Mammals?


In male and female mammals, the embryonic development of gametes are the same until they turn into gametogonia. Once they reach this level the differences emerge. In the male, the gametes will develop by a process called spermatogenesis. In the female, the gametes will develop by a process called oogenesis. Through these individual processes an ovum in the female and a spermatozoa in the male will emerge.
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