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    Follicles is the most important structural components of the ovaries, which takes place the egg maturation process. Features of the structure and functioning of follicles allow sexual reproduction. The follicles in the ovaries are characterized by a phase of maturation process, the stages which affect the entire reproduction process.
    The structure of the follicles has certain features. right ovarian follicle is no different from the follicle in the left ovary, their structure and physiology are identical. Each follicle contains the oocyte first order. Immediately outside glycoproteins layer surrounds the oocyte, followed by a layer of granulosa cells. Outside the granulosa layer located basement membrane – extracellular matrix, which are arranged around the theca cells.


    Folliculogenesis describes the progression of a number of small primordial follicles into large preovulatory follicles that enter the menstrual cycle.
    Primordial follicle. At the time of birth all the surviving primary oocytes are surrounded by thin, single layers of so-called follicular epithelial cells. These are delimited from the rest of the ovarian stroma by a thin basal lamina. Follicular epithelial cells are former coelomic epithelial cells. The primordial follicles always form the majority of the follicles in the ovary.

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