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==Fig. 16. Fertilization of the eggs of the star-fish and sea-urchin==
 
==Fig. 16. Fertilization of the eggs of the star-fish and sea-urchin==
  
A, B, C, entrance of the sperm into the cytoplasm (star-fish)
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* '''A, B, C''' - entrance of the sperm into the cytoplasm (star-fish)
  
D, mature spermatozoon of the sea-urchin
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* '''D''' - mature spermatozoon of the sea-urchin
  
E-H, successive stages in the penetration of the sperm nucleus (♂N) and centrosome (♂C) into the cytoplasm
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* '''E-H''' - successive stages in the penetration of the sperm nucleus (♂N) and centrosome (♂C) into the cytoplasm
  
I-L, stages in the approach of the sperm nucleus (♂N) to the egg nucleus (♀N), the division of the sperm centrosome (♂O) and the first cleavage spindle.  
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* '''I-L''' - stages in the approach of the sperm nucleus (♂N) to the egg nucleus (♀N), the division of the sperm centrosome (♂O) and the first cleavage spindle.  
  
'''Fol''', ''Wilson'', from Conklin Heredity and Environment.
 
  
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Fol, Wilson, from Conklin Heredity and Environment.
  
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Fig. 16. Fertilization of the eggs of the star-fish and sea-urchin

  • A, B, C - entrance of the sperm into the cytoplasm (star-fish)
  • D - mature spermatozoon of the sea-urchin
  • E-H - successive stages in the penetration of the sperm nucleus (♂N) and centrosome (♂C) into the cytoplasm
  • I-L - stages in the approach of the sperm nucleus (♂N) to the egg nucleus (♀N), the division of the sperm centrosome (♂O) and the first cleavage spindle.


Fol, Wilson, from Conklin Heredity and Environment.


Links: sea urchin


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