Identify the wrong statement from the following.
  • a)
    High level of estrogen triggers the ovulatory surge.
  • b)
    Oogonial cells start to proliferate and give rise to functional ova in regular cycle puberty onwards.
  • c)
    Sperms released from seminiferous tubules are poorly motile/non-motile.
  • d)
    progesterone level is high during the post ovulatory phase of menstrual cycle.
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

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By Snn Naik · Dec 16, 2019 ·NEET
51 Answers
Awantika Gupta answered Apr 10, 2020

Glycerine Darsh answered Jul 08, 2020
Option (b) because the process of oogenesis in human female starts at the foetal stage not from puberty.

Mahafuz Rahaman answered Apr 10, 2020
B...( proliferation occurs during IUL not after puberty)

Bharti Pal answered May 16, 2020
Wrong statement is b
because during ovulation immature ovum is released
it become secondary oocyte (mature ovum after entry of sperm )

Raseen Razi answered Jun 20, 2020
My insta id razeen_abdulrahim and option is b.....oogenedis start from embro stage..not from puberty stage

Palleboyina Rajanna answered Jun 11, 2020
During menstural cycle at 14th day estrogen level is high trigger ovum to release ova.

Afrin Fathima answered Jul 01, 2020
B is the right answer

Anita Saini answered Jun 08, 2020
Bcz oogonial cells divide only in intra uterine life not at puberty

Guru Awate answered May 08, 2020
Oogonial cells do not proliferate. they are suspended in meiotic-2 state. They only form 1 primary oocyte. option B would be the answer.

Subham Kumar Jena answered yesterday
Wrong statement is option 'B'.It is because immature ovum is released in secondary oocyte stage.

Aakash Mahale answered 4 days ago
This process starts in human male oogenesis is start from foetal stage not from at puberty.

Wahid Khan answered Dec 16, 2019
The process of formation of a mature female gamete is called oogenesis. Unlike sperm formation that starts at pubarty egg formation begins before birth. Primordial germ cells complete the proilferative stage or oogenesis in the early embryonal stage when million of gamete mother cells (oogonia) are formed within each faetal ovary, no more oogonia are formed and added after birth.

Santhana Priya answered Jul 02, 2020
Correct answer is option.b. Oogonial cells start to proliferate and give rise to functional ova in regular cycle puberty onwards

Aakriti Sharma answered 4 days ago
B is a right answer

Adithya Shasan answered Apr 23, 2020
Option B : Oogonial cells start to proliferate and give rise to functional ova in regular cycle puberty onwards.

Madhubabu Cheppula answered Nov 25, 2019
Functional ova is released only after the fertilization not in regular menstrual cycle

Dileep Ravula answered Apr 27, 2020
The correct answer is b

Shushma Sree answered 2 weeks ago
Option B because oogonial cells proliferate through mitosis during 9 to 22nd week of embryonic development but not in puberty

Sonal Mestry answered Apr 13, 2020
Oogonial cells are primordial cells in human females which divide and form primary oocyte(2n) which further divide into secondary oocyte (n) which is divided by meiosis.

Sonam Ajani answered 4 weeks ago
Oogonial cells start to proliferate and give rise to functional ova during embryonic stage

Samita Raj answered Jul 02, 2020
Correct answer is B

Sumedha Sarkar answered 5 days ago
Option -B is the right answer.

Manjunath Manju answered 3 weeks ago
There are many ova in female baby since from birth. It only mature at time of puberty

Michal Jackson answered yesterday
I am arts student but I like science

Sachin Macha answered Jun 09, 2020
Ans is option A

Tejas Tambakhe answered Jul 07, 2020
Post-ovulatory phase is also known as the luteal phase. During this period, the follicle proper folds inward on itself and transform into the corpus luteum which is a steroidogenic cluster of cells that produces estrogen and progesterone. The action of progesterone increases the basal body temperature. 

So, the correct answer is "Progesterone level is high during the post-ovulatory phase of the menstrual cycle."

Kakubal Suma answered May 26, 2020
This is not possible because at the menstrual cycle each oogonial cells get ruptured according to their turnover until it's fertilized

Rajal Jain answered Nov 25, 2019
Unlike sperm formation, that starts at puberty ,egg formation begins before birth.Primordial germ cells complete the proliferative stage or oogenesis in the early embryonal stage when million of gamete mother cells (oogonia) are formed within each fetal ovary ,no more oogonia are formed or added after birth..

Ishika Verma answered 2 days ago
Oogenesis is initiated during the embryonic development stage when a couple of million gamete mother cells (oogonia) are formed within each fetal ovary (about third month of foetal ovary), no more oogonia are formed and added after birth.

Aasma Jii answered 2 days ago
Becoz it starts from embryo stage not from puberty

Lalita Joshi answered Jul 08, 2020
Answer is b because ogonial cells have formed the oocytes much before puberty

Sangeeta Muhari answered Jul 06, 2020
B is correct answer...

Souravi Ghosh answered Jun 08, 2020
Ya it will be option b becoz oogonial cell doesn't proliferate into functional ova rather it undergoes mitotic and meiotic division.

Sreethul Paraprath answered May 18, 2020
Oogonial cells proliferate during the foetel stage and not in the puberty

Sayantan Kundu answered yesterday
Primary occyte start to proliferate

Manasa Manasa answered 12 hours ago
Correct answer is option b

Ved Parkash Bishnoi answered 3 weeks ago
After the age of 45 - 50 in females the menstruation cycle stops which is known as menpause

Mahesh Mamilla answered 3 weeks ago
I think ans= A

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