tuberculata coccinea showed 6 sexual cell stages during the oogenetic process and a group synchronous ovarian development.
The first stages of the sexual cells appeared attached to the trabeculae, whereas mature oocytes were formed near the lumen.
The researchers then conducted another study to determine how could the yeast sexually produce spores when they lack so many genes responsible for meiosis, the process of sexual cell
division that reduces chromosomes to half their number in the progeny.
as adjusted epithelium hold in four to eight layers beside each other and cover the seminiferous tubules density.
After a very spirited discussion, the motion to address the genetic manipulation of sexual cells
in the final recommendations was not accepted.