The Process of Spermatogenesis Explained

The process of spermatogenesis, i.e., the formation of sperms, is an essential part of reproduction in humans and all kinds of animals. In this article, we will learn about where and when spermatogenesis occurs, and what are the stages that the cells need to go through to complete the process.

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What is Nondisjunction and What are its Effects?

Calvin Bridges and Thomas Hunt Morgan discovered the process of nondisjunction in dividing cells in the year 1910. This is one of the most common forms of chromosomal aberration that occurs in humans. This BiologyWise post explains what is nondisjunction, how does it occur, and some of the causes and effects of this condition.

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What is a Gene Pool and Why is it Important?

Apart from a healthy habitat, the survival of a species depends on the genetic diversity among its members. BiologyWise defines the concept of a ‘gene pool’, and gives its examples to shed more light on this concept.

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