Zoology“A” cells start division and enter in “B” stage of meiotic division and get temporarily “C” at this stage, called “D”. Identify A, B, C and D. ABCD1.OogoniaMetaphase IArrestedPrimary oocyte2.OogoniaAnaphase IReleasedSecondary oocyte3.OogoniaProphase IArrestedPrimary oocyte4.OogoniaTelophase IReleasedSecondary oocyte

“A” cells start division and enter in “B” stage of meiotic division and get temporarily “C” at this stage, called “D”. Identify A, B, C and D.

 ABCD
1.OogoniaMetaphase IArrestedPrimary oocyte
2.OogoniaAnaphase IReleasedSecondary oocyte
3.OogoniaProphase IArrestedPrimary oocyte
4.OogoniaTelophase IReleasedSecondary oocyte

  1. A

    1

  2. B

    2

  3. C

    3

  4. D

    4

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    Oogenesis is initiated during the embryonic development stage when some million oogonia (A) are formed within each foetal ovary. No more oogonia are formed and added after birth. These cells start division and enter into prophase-I (B) of the meiotic division and get temporarily arrested (C) at that stage, called primary oocytes (D).

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