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30 November, 18:52

Which of the following would be found in the ovaries?

Zygote, follicles, progesterone, and estrogen-producing cells

Oocyte, follicles, progesterone, and estrogen-producing cells

Zygote, follicles, testosterone, and estrogen-producing cells

Oocyte, follicles, testosterone, and estrogen-producing cells

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  1. 30 November, 19:21
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    Oocyte, follicles, progesterone and estrogen producing cells are found in the ovaries.

    Explanation:

    Oocyte is female germ cell which is produced prior to the ovum. The female germ cell produces primordial germ cell. The PGC then undergoes mitosis to form oogonia. During the process od oogenesis oogonia develops into oocyte.

    Female reproductive hormones are estrogen and progesterone and these hormones are produced by the ovaries. Oocytes are contained by the fluid filled sacs called follicles found in ovaries.

    Maturation of egg takes place inside the follicle and upon maturation the egg is released by the follicle.
  2. 30 November, 20:15
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    Zygote, follicles, testosterone, and estrogen producing cells
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