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Can you explain oogenesis and the folllicular developments?

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Oogenesis is the formation of the ovum in the female members of the mammals. It starts before birth, at the fetal stage where oogonium starts dividing mitotically. At the time of birth diploid oogonia undergo meiosis to form primary oocytes that arrest at the prophase I stage.  These primary oocytes grow in size during the adolescent stage. At the sexual maturity, under the influence of FSH (...

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