Germline development is the development of the cell lineage that gives rise to the reproductive cells, called gametes, of sexually reproducing organisms. Primordial germ cells, the founder cells of the germ line, are set aside in the early animal embryo, and divide and differentiate to produce sperm and egg, the male and female gametes.
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