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Fig. 327. Transverse section of the left testicle of a pig embryo of 62 mm

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After the fourth or fifth week, certain changes occur in the genital ridges which differ accordingly as the ridges form ovaries or testicles. While the differences are at first not particularly obvious, there are four which become clearer as the changes progress,

  1. If the ridge is to become a testicle, the cells of the surface epithelium become arranged in a single layer and become flat.
  2. In a developing testicle a layer of dense connective tissue grows between the surface epithelium and the sex cords, forming the tunica albuginea.
  3. In a testicle there also appears a sharper line of demarkation between the cell columns and the stroma, and the latter shows a more extensive growth.
  4. Another feature of the testicle is that the sex cells begin to be less conspicuous and do not increase further in size, but come to resemble the other epithelial elements.


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