Results for: Zygote

In Health

How does a zygote from?

Definition of Zygote . Zygote : The cell formed by the union of a male sex cell (a sperm) and a female sex cell (an ovum). The zygote develops into the embryo
In Health

What forms a zygote?

Two gametes (or haploid sex cells) from two different parents, one male and one female. Sperm and an egg come together to form a zygote.
In Health

What is an example of zygote?

a zygote is a single cell which has formed as the result of the merging of the egg cell and a sperm cell. so basically it is the fertilisation of the egg which has the potenti (MORE)
In Health

How does the zygote formed?

when egg is combine with sperm the process of fertilization take and zygote is formed this fertilization take place till 9 months after 9 months a new baby is born from this z (MORE)
In Health

Is a zygote somatic?

Yes; it is not a sex cell and it has 2n=46 chromosomes, whereas sex cells have n=23 chromosomes.
In Science

What is produced by a zygote?

A zygote develops into an embryo (there are also a number of specific intermediary stages, such as a blastosphere, a blastocoel, etc.)
In Slugs and Snails

What is a zygote on a snail?

A zygote on any sexually reproducing organism is the melding of both male and female gametes.
In Emotions

When does a zygote develop?

A zygote is developed during fertilization - a process that occurs when two haploid gametes (or sex cells) combine. In more general terms, the zygote is formed when the sperm (MORE)
In Genetics

Why is a zygote form?

A zygote is the single cell that forms when a sperm fertilizes the egg. A zygote forms because a sperm cell fertilizes an egg cell.
In Biology

Where do zygotes get chromosomes from?

A zygote is produced by the merger of two gametes, which are an ovum and a sperm. The gametes are produced by the two parent organisms. That's where the chromosomes come from. (MORE)