The paths of the male sperm are known as urthraand female eggs are known as follopian tubesthe sperm find it and takes it
This process is known as fertilization.
Sex cells (sperm and ova/eggs) are known as gametes.
no, girls have eggs. The eggs develop into human beings when fertilised with a sperm from a male. (also known as a pregnancy)
An organism that has an ovary for the production of eggs and a testes for the production of sperms is known as " hermaphrodite"
male: sperm female: eggs
Gametes, or else eggs/sperm.
Sperm and eggs are sex cells.
eggs and sperm are haploid cells
Sperm, from the male, and ova (more commonly known as eggs), from the female,
a lot of sperm die soon to find out the eggs.
Two eggs can't be fertilized by a single sperm.
No they do not have sperm, the have eggs which can be fertilised by a sperm
Girls don't have sperm they have eggs
Their sperm joins with the eggs outside of their bodies. The female releases her eggs into the water. The male then releases his sperm and the gametes join.
Animal eggs are fertilized by sperm.
A sperm cell is haploid, and an unfertilized egg is haploid; but fertilized eggs are diploid.
The gametes are also known as sex cells. The male gametes are sperm, and the female gametes are eggs.
Yes. A male and a female releases sperm and eggs. When the sperm and the eggs interact, they form a fertilized egg.
Sperm are male gametes and eggs are female gametes. In mammals sperm are small and mobile while eggs are large and cannot move (by themselves). Four sperm cells are produced by spermatogenesis while only one egg is produced by oogenesis. also, sperm cells are known as the "xy" genes and eggs are known s the "xx" genes. during intercourse, a female will always give a "x" and the dad will give out a "y" or a "x". if its "xx", its a girl.if its a "xy", its a male.