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Folikulogeneza i steroidogeneza jajnikowa u świń

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Folliculogenesis is the process in which the basic structure of ovaries is created; it is required for the oocyte environment composition. Folliculogenesis begins in fetal life and leads to the creation of suitable environment for the oocyte metabolism in the ovary. This extremely dynamic and complex process coincides with meiosis of the oogonia. The complexity of the formation, growth and maturation of ovarian follicles is well explained not only by folliculogenesis but also by steroidogenesis which plays an important role in the creation of ovarian follicles.
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  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński
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