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Distinguish between:

telolecithal and homolecithal eggs. Explain with examples of each

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Eggs can be classified based on the amount and the distribution of the yolk present in them. On the basis of amount of yolk they were classified as follows: 1.Alecithal 2.Microlecithal...

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