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I propose dealing separately with the several constituents of the egg-follicle.
Foulis regards the zona pellucida as a product of the ovum and not of the follicle.
The membrane would seem indeed to be formed in some instances even before the ovum has a definite investment of follicle cells.
There can, it appears to me, be no question that both varieties of cell are derived from the primitive uniform follicle cells.
The cells are flat, but extended so as to appear of an unexpected size in views of the surface of the follicle.
Semper considers the larger cells of such a follicle to be probably primitive ova destined to become permanent ova.
A fairly typical nest, selected to shew the formation of the follicle, is represented on Pl.
The nest contains fully formed permanent ova, completely or wholly enclosed in a follicle.
(b) The cells of the follicle are much more columnar towards the inner side than towards the outer.

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