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Making sperm (spermatogensis): primary spermatocyte-then we are going to get a secondary spermatocytes (2) and these each break into two cells called spermatid- has to do more growth to become a spermatozoan (when the spermatid becomes the spermatozoan: this is called spermiogenesis). This results in four sperms being made per cycle

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Spermatogenesis vs spermiogenesis

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