Top 10 similar words or synonyms for oogonia

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Oogonium Oogonia that are undergoing degeneration appear slightly different under the electron microscope. In these oogonia, the chromosomes clump together into an indistinguishable mass within the nucleus and the mitochondria and E.R. appear to be swollen and disrupted. Degenerating oogonia are usually found partially or wholly engulfed in neighboring somatic cells, identifying phagocytosis as the mode of elimination.
Oogonium In heterothallic species, the oogonia and antheridia are located on hyphal branches of different thallophyte colonies. Oogonia of this species can only be fertilized by antheridia from another colony and ensures that self-fertilization is impossible. In contrast, homothallic species display the oogonia and antheridia on either the same hyphal branch or on separate hyphal branches but within the same colony.
Oogonium During the 6th to 8th week of female (XX) embryonic development, the primordial germ cells grow and begin to differentiate into oogonia. Oogonia proliferate via mitosis during the 9th to 22nd week of embryonic development. There can be up to 600,000 oogonia by the 8th week of development and up to 7,000,000 by the 5th month.
Sciara (gnat) line (oogonia) cells have 3 pairs of autosomes, 1 maternal X chromosomes and a few limited
Ovarian follicle The Oogonia multiply by dividing mitotically; this proliferation ends when the oogonia enter meiosis. The amount of time that oogonia multiply by mitosis is not species specific. In the human fetus, cells undergoing mitosis are seen until the second and third trimester of pregnancy. After beginning the meiotic process, the oogonia (now called primary oocytes) can no longer replicate. Therefore, the total number of gametes is established at this time. Once the primary oocytes stop dividing the cells enter a prolonged ‘resting phase’. This ‘resting phase’ or dictyate stage can last anywhere up to fifty years in the human.
Aphanomyces euteiches "A. euteiches" exhibits no macroscopic signs, but oogonia and oospores can be seen in root tissue with a compound microscope.
Granulosa cell In the development of the urinary and reproductive organs, the oogonia become invaginated in the gonadal ridge.
Immature ovum Oogonia are created in early embryonic life. All have turned into primary oocytes at late fetal age.
Aphanomyces euteiches f.sp. pisi "A. euteiches" exhibits no macroscopic signs, but oogonia and oospores can be seen in root tissue with a compound microscope.
Fucus serratus The reproductive bodies form in conceptacles sunken in receptacles towards the tips on the branches. In these conceptacles oogonia and antheridia are produced and after meiosis the oogonia and antheridia are released. Fertilisation follows and the zygote develops, settles and grows directly into the diploid sporophyte plant.