An egg gets fertilized when a sperm from the male is allowed through the egg membrane and mixes its chromosomes with those of the egg from the female. With many egg producing creatures in the oceans, rivers, and lakes, the males and females release their eggs and sperm at the same time and they make the water cloudy. Some amphibians release their eggs and sperm from the leaves of trees and they drop in the water together. Some animals use internal fertilization. With birds and reptiles, the eggs are fertilized inside the female before the hard shell forms. Other beings that fertilize their eggs internally give birth to live babies.
Animal eggs are fertilized by sperm.
If you have fertilized eggs you will not have periods, you are pregnant! not much
Both fertilized and unfertilized eggs have cholesterol.
No , all eggs are not fertilized .
yes the eggs are fertilized internally
Ebay has fertilized eggs as does the buy,sell and trade forum on backyardchickens.com. Some hatcheries sell fertilized eggs but at a higher price.
No, if the eggs were fertilized there would be a baby chicken fetus in the egg.
Eggs from stores are almost always unfertilized.
Store bought eggs are never fertilized. If you are looking for fertilized eggs you need to go to a local farm or buy eggs from a hatchery.
hens and ducks obviously lay eggs that have not been fertilized, as well as eggs that have. the eggs that have been fertilized will eventually become chicks. from the best of my knowledge, other birds do not lay eggs unless they have been fertilized through sexual reproduction. so yes, bird's eggs must be fertilized before they will become chicks.
Many types of sharks have their eggs fertilized internally while others have theirs fertilized externally
You can eat fertilized duck eggs, just like you can eat fertilized chicken eggs. If you do, you risk finding a partially developed duck inside, but they are not harmful.
Fertilized eggs happen when you have a rooster present. Hens will lay without a rooster, but the eggs are unfertilized.
Yes a guinea can lay eggs without them being fertilized.
use fertilized eggs
Yes, they are.
They can get their eggs fertilized after the age of 13.The fertilization process also require a male sperm to fuse with.One can mate with a male to have eggs fertilized.
The fertilized eggs are the female ants but the non-fertilized eggs are the male ants. By Faith Wong
Only if there is a rooster in the flock. Unless there is a rooster mating with the hen, the eggs will not be fertilized.
The Gymnosperm eggs present in their ovules are fertilized by male gametes produced by pollen grains.
twins born from two different fertilized eggs are "fraternal"