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Printed in Great Britain A Quantitative Study of Primordial Germ Cells in the Male Rat

By Heather M. Beaumont and Anita M. Mandl

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IN mammals, as in other vertebrates, primordial germ cells arise extra-gonad-ally and migrate to the genital ridges (see Franchi, Mandl & Zuckerman, 1962). In the rat, the gonads undergo sex differentiation on the 14th day of gestation, i.e. some 2 days after the arrival of the primordial germ cells

Year: 2016
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