Testis
 


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The formation of the testis begins with the conversion of the sex cells into spermatogonia. The sex cells are then invaded by the mesonephric mesoderm to form the seminiferous tubules. The contact between the genital ridge and the sex cord are then broken so that the seminiferous tubules float away from the genital ridge. This then leads to the formation of the tunica albuginea coat which surrounds the testis.


Descent of testis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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