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Endoplasmic Reticulum [Working Title]
Follicles are ovarian structures that contain a single germ cell. During the mammalian reproductive lifetime, ovarian follicles mature through the process of follicular development, with the aim of selecting oocytes for ovulation. As part of this process, several follicles are eliminated by means of follicular atresia, a mechanism that mainly involves apoptosis. Nevertheless, it has been shown that there are other routes of programmed cell death in the ovary including autophagy, paraptosis, anddoi:10.5772/intechopen.82687 fatcat:xh2kn3dgfvhy3ezq2mympcyl2a