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EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT & STEM CELL COMPENDIUM
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Spermatid (SmTbs)


Tst.SmTbs.Sprmt
The spermatid is a post-meiotic, haploid germ cell. The spermatids undergo spermiogenesis, during which the nucleus of the germ cell is remodeled and compacted into the form that is found in the mature spermatozoa.

The flagellum develops from a centriole at one pole of the round spermatid and is composed of a microtubular structure known as the axoneme, which is required for motility.
Postnatal
Round Spermatids
Germ Cells, Male Gametocytes
Spermatid
Multiple Ancestors Single Ancestor No Descendants Develops from Part of Parent