1 genes annotated in ratMulti-species View
The cell cycle process in which two small cells are generated, as byproducts destined to degenerate, as a result of the first and second meiotic divisions of a primary oocyte during its development to a mature ovum. One polar body is formed in the first division of meiosis and the other in the second division; at each division, the cytoplasm divides unequally, so that the polar body is of much smaller size than the developing oocyte. At the second division in which a polar body is formed, the polar body and the developing oocyte each contain a haploid set of chromosomes.
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|Name||Description||Probability||Func Analog Organism|
|Rps8||ribosomal protein S8||0.055|
|Rplp0||ribosomal protein, large, P0||0.042|
|Rpl7a||ribosomal protein L7a||0.026|
|Rpl6||ribosomal protein L6||0.025|
|Impdh2||IMP (inosine monophosphate) dehydrogenase 2||0.021|
|Rpl3||ribosomal protein L3||0.021|
|Rpl4||ribosomal protein L4||0.017|
|Rps9||ribosomal protein S9||0.013|
|Rpl28||ribosomal protein L28||0.012|
|Rps5||ribosomal protein S5||0.010|