| This historic 1930 paper by Allen and colleagues describes astral and Graffian follicle development in the ovary..
See also - Shaw W. The fate of the graafian follicle in the human ovary. (1925) J. Obst. and Gynaecol. 679-689.
Graffian follicle - Named after Regnier de Graaf (1641 – 1673) a Dutch anatomist and physician who described the anatomy of the uterine tube and the development of follicles in the ovary.
Modern Notes: Oocyte Development | Menstrual Cycle
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