Gametes are a creature's conceptive cells. They are likewise alluded to as sex cells. Female gametes are called ova or egg cells, and male gametes are called sperm.
Cells in the regenerative organs partition to shape gametes. Gametes are haploid cells, and every cell conveys just a single duplicate of every chromosome.
that gamete is called a sperm.
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Producing offspring without zygote formation is definitely possible. The process is call parthenogenesis. -In this process, an egg develops into an offspring on its own. - It is a form of asexual reproduction takes place in some animals and plants.
5.Viviparous are the animals which give birth to the young ones, and their development occurs inside the female body (mother's womb). Oviparous are known to lay eggs, which can be fertilized or unfertilized. Viviparous animals directly give birth to the young ones.Oct 6, 2018
7.Internal fertilization takes place inside the body of the female. It is necessary for animals which live on land (terrestrial animals) and is retained by aquatic animals descended form terrestrial ancestors eg whales and dolphins. External fertilization takes place outside the body of the female.
Embryos have one cotyledon.
For leaves, the veins are usually parallel.
Stems vascular bundles usually complexly arranged.
They have a fibrous root system.
Floral parts usually in multiples of three.
Embryos have two cotyledons.
For leaves, the veins are usually net-like.
Stems vascular bundles usually arranged in a ring.
They have a taproot system.
Floral parts usually in multiples of four or five.
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