How does a trout undergo fertilization?
A trout undergos fertilization in the water, while a bird does not.. They are both reproduced asexually.
Whales, like all mammals undergo internal fertilization.
External fertilization occurs when sperm and eggs unite in the open, rather than within specialized organs during internal fertilization. Turtles, eagles, and dogs most definitely undergo internal fertilization. Mosquitoes and houseflies, on the other hand, undergo external fertilization.
Whales are mammals. They have internal fertilization.
Penguins are birds, so therefore they have internal fertilization.
Animals like reptiles (ex. snakes, turtles), birds, sharks, and mammals (ex. humans) undergo internal fertilization. Animals like some fish (ex. salmon), hydra, coral, sea urchins, amphibians (ex. frogs) undergo external fertilization.
a snake is internal
Fertilization takes place inside the body. It is directly deposited on the female reproductive system
Amphibians undergo external fertilization and need to do this in the water. Both the male and female amphibians release their gametes close to each other after which fertilization will take place.
sponges are hermaphrodites. Sperm and ova derived from archeocytes or choanocytes which undergo gametogenesis. Cross fertilization and internal fertilization is taken place.
sometimes humans but mostly fish, frogs, turtles
The starfish life cycle starts anew when eggs and sperm are released into the ocean and fertilization occurs. Starfish larvae result from fertilization of the eggs. The larvae later undergo metamorphosis and eventually turn into adults.
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Diploid,eukaryotic cells undergo meiosis.Four haploid cells are prodced.Diploid cells are made after fertilization.
The male and female sex cells (sperms and ovaries respectively) undergo meiosis so that when they rejoin during fertilization, the zygote formed has the correct number of chromosomes. No other kinds of cells undergo meiosis.
Meiosis maintains the normal diploid number by halving the number to make the gametes and then allowing the diploid number to be restored through fertilization. For example in humans: Germ cells undergo meiosis --> Sex reproduction 2n germ cells --> 1n gametes --> 2n fertilization
No. They are gametes and already contain haploid number of chromosomes in mammals. They are stored in the body until they are reabsorbed or used for fertilization.
The fertilisation that takes place outside the body of an organism is called external fertilisation. Aquatic animals like hydra and coral undergoes this fertilisation.
For example for fish, frogs and corals they release many eggs to ensure survival of that particular species as the majority will not survive or not be fertilised.
the spikes present on pollens help it to attach to substrate (like fur of animals, etc )to be transported to the stigma of female flower and thus undergo fertilization
The noun doesn't change in possessive form. A trout is still a trout regardless of whether it's a dead trout, a delicious trout, your trout, my trout, or his trout.
The plural form of trout is simply trout. 'One trout, two trout, green trout, blue trout' as Doctor Suess might say.
There are two accepted forms of the plural for trout, either trouts or trout. Most people seem to prefer 'trout' as the plural. As Doctor Suess put it, "One trout, two trout, green trout, blue trout." You would say "I caught a bunch of trout" and "I ate one trout".
meosis. when fertilization ocurs the chromosomes from the ovum and the sperm aligh and split rather than multiplying. Oly the ovum and spern cells undergo meosis.
The plural of trout is trout.
They are related in that they are both land-based mammals, meaning they nurse their young with milk from mammary glands (breasts), have hair or fur on their bodies at some point during their development and undergo internal fertilization and are warm-blooded.
Animals that reproduce their own kind with no sex cells involved undergo asexual reproduction. Most animals on Earth reproduce through the process of fertilization which include sexual reproduction. =Edited by TerroooBlade22
The plural of trout IS trout.
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The Welsh word for 'trout' is brithyll.
Trout is both singular and plural. e.g. I saw a trout. I saw many trout.
No, the male and female release their gametes into the environment where they will meet oppositely sexed gametes. Although some species brood their eggs (sit on them) and one species i know of Leptasterias tenera broods the eggs in its pyloric stomach.
The general collective nouns for any group of fish are a school of trout or a shoal of trout. The collective noun specifically for trout is a hover of trout.
The plural form of trout is trout. It does not have a special ending to it.
A baby trout is still called a trout
they use internal fertilization they use internal fertilization they use internal fertilization they use internal fertilization
The main difference between a lake trout and a sea trout is simply the difference in habitat. Lake trout are found in fresh water while sea trout are found in salty water.
The noun "trout" is both singular and plural. For example: "I caught a bunch of trout" and "I caught one trout".
it depends on the type of trout for instance brown trout is salmo trutta and lake trout is salvelinus namaycush.
No, trout do not eat seaweed. Trout eat insects, and adult trout will also eat small fish.
Trout or Trouts is plural for trout.
The plural is trout. like "there are trout in the lake".
A trout is a fish, and as such is a complex organism. And yes, the trout is multicellular.
Horsefly reproductive practices vary from species to species. Fertilization is external, and eggs are laid on surfaces close to water. Larvae hatch from the eggs, and the larvae will later pupate and undergo complete metamorphosis to turn into adult horseflies.
During the process of meiosis that sex cells undergo, the chromosome set is halved from 46 to 23 chromosomes. This way, the combined chromosome sets of two sex cells after fertilization result in a full set again.
"Trout", like the word "sheep", "trout" is bot singular and plural.
Yes, the noun trout is an uncountable noun; one trout, two trout, a basket of trout. However, the plural noun 'trouts' is accepted as a word for two or more individual trout, but the food substance is always an uncountable noun.
Lindsey Trout goes by Linds, and Trout Monster.