Origin of egg cell
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What we have now to understand by the ovum, the egg, or the egg-cell, is the microscopical germ which I have just described.
It contains the nucleus of the egg-cell (see fig. 23) and is called the cicatricula.The British Woodlice|Wilfred Mark Webb
During the development of the egg-cell, food material is transferred from these cells through the pitted wall of the ovum.
Here, then (Fig. 29), we see the complex processes of karyokinesis in the first two stages of egg-cell division.
Thirdly, the reproductive cells are derived from the egg-cell just in the same way as other tissue cells are derived from it.The Biological Problem of To-day|Oscar Hertwig