CELL DYNAMICS OF THE OVARIAN CYCLE

in Reproduction

Summary.

During the ovarian cycle the mouse ovary undergoes changes which involve considerable movements of cells. Autoradiographs prepared at different time intervals after flash labelling with 3H-thymidine show that it is possible to mark cells in distinct cell groups in the ovary and to follow their growth, movement and disappearance from cycle to cycle for a considerable period of time. This method has been used to follow follicle development, the movements of corpora lutea and the development of the peripheral stroma through five cycles.

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