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It fuses with the membrane of the egg cell, and the content of the sperm cell enters the egg cell.

Once a sperm enters the egg, fertilisation of the egg begins.

When a sperm enters an egg cell, it fertilizes it.

A zygote (the combination of a cell and sperm) is the name of the cell that forms when the sperm and egg combine.

When a sperm cell enters it

When a sperm cell joins an egg cell the resulting sperm-egg hybrid is called a zygote.

At conception, the sperm enters the egg and the DNA of the sperm merges with the DNA of the Egg cell.

When a sperm enters the egg it is called fertilization.Note: ONE sperm enters ONE egg. However, many sperm may TRY to enter one egg; only 1 succeeds.

Only one sperm cell can penetrate the egg. As soon as one sperm cell enters the egg, its membrane changes and no more sperm cells can get through.

After one enters the egg or ovum seals itself. The other sperm will die.

A fertilized egg cell is when a sperm enters an egg. The result is a fertilized egg cell, or a zygote.

The joining of an egg cell and a sperm cell is called fertilization

The sperm enters the egg (conception) in the fallopian tube.

The process when an egg cell and a sperm cell COMBINE is called Fertilization

Fertilization is the union of the sperm cell and egg cell.

The biggest part of the sperm enters the egg first. The whole sperm eventually is in the egg.

So that the sperm can break through to fertalise the egg.Because it enters to egg cell through its head only. The enzymes present at the top of its head facilitate the penetration of sperm in the egg cell.

"You", here, denotes humans. At fertilization, one sperm enters the egg cell (2 cells) and in short while the egg nucleus and sperm nucleus merge to form one cell, called a zygote. The sperm and the egg each had 23 chromosomes, together the new cell has 46.

The cell that forms when an egg and a sperm joins is called a zygote.

The size of egg is larger than sperm because the the sperm enters inside the egg and egg has to accommodate the sperm. And egg contains fats and nutrients in order to feed zygote in case of pregnancy.

The cell that fertilises the egg cell is called the sperm cell. _-------O That's how a sperm cell looks like <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

The process in which sperm and egg cell fuse together to maintain the diploid chromosome number is called as the fertilizatiion. EGG cell (n) + SPERM cell (n) = 2n

Fertilization is when a males sperm cell reaches the woman's egg and enters it.

The female egg is called the 'egg cell.' It is much larger than the male sperm cells. When the egg and sperm fuse a diploid cell (or zygote) is formed.

Yes, that is the basic idea. Only one sperm cell enters the egg; there are rapid chemical reactions that take place preventing other sperm cells from entering.

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