Embryonic germ cells


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NAME

Embryonic germ cells

DESCRIPTION

Embryonic germ cells are the cells in the embryo that give rise to the reproductive cells – gametes – of sexually reproducing organisms. In animals, male gametes are sperm cells and female gametes are egg cells, also known as ova.

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