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Fig. 7. A section of ovum no. 1

A drawing of same section as that in figs. 5 and 6 showing the details of the second maturation spindle and the state of the 1st polar body. The cytoplasm is seen to be uniformly granular. x 84".).

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Hamilton WJ. Phases of maturation and fertilization in human ova. (1944) J Anat. 78: 1-4.

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