Difference between gametogenesis and embryogenesis:-
|Gametogenesis is defined as the process of the
formation of haploid male and female gametes from
diploid meiocytes through the process of meiosis.
|Embryogenesis is defined as the process of
the development of the embryo from the repeated
mitotic divisions of the diploid zygote.
|Gametes which are formed are haploid||Embryo formed has 2n ploidy.|
|In this, both mitosis and meiosis occur.||In this, only mitosis occurs.|
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