Cortical cords

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Cortical cords
Days 49
Precursor sex cords
Gives rise to follicles
Anatomical terminology

In embryology, cortical cords (also called secondary cords) are structures that develop from sex cords in the female. After further development they become the ovarian follicles.

In the male, they become seminiferous tubules.

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