The zygote is described as totipotent because it ultimately gives rise to all the cells in your body including the highly specialized cells of your nervous system. Describe this transition, discussing the steps and processes that lead to these specialized cells. 2. What are non-growing follicles containing a primary oocyte stalled in prophase I and surrounded by a single layer of flattened follicle cells called? 3. The Mature follicle containing a cumulus oophorus, completes its first meiotic division and begins meiosis II. It contains antral fluid that covers almost everything. What is this called?

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