False. The zygote gets half of its genetic material from each parent.
Some times both ovaries produce individual egg. Then both ovum gets fertilized and Fraternal twins happens One egg from each ovary is fertilized
the offspring gets one member of each pair of genes from each parent
Not usually that I know of, although sometimes a fertilized egg probably gets in there by mistake.
When a parent is going to have an offspring the offspring only gets half a chromosome from each parent, they combine to make one chromosome then that chromosome gets copied until there are 23 pairs of chromosome's. This is how you get your features.
A baby gets its features from his or her parents, such as D.N.A,which comes from each parent.
Because an offspring gets 23 chromosomes from each parent through meiosis
An egg gets fertilized in the fallopian tube by a sperm, then it goes inside of the uterus, and inside the uterus it develops.
Each daughter cell gets an exact copy of its parent cell i.e same genetic material
The fertilized egg cell gets its energy from the cytoplasm which contains a store of food.
in the uterus
The child gets half each of the chromosomes of the parents. For example, in humans, 23 chromosomes from each parent.
No. If the fertilized egg implants, no period will occur.
The fetus gets its gender at conception. If the egg is fertilized with a Y chromosome, the fetus is a male. If it is fertilized with an X chromosome, it is female
For Mammals its 50 - 50.
(example) When a parents' child is scoring good & high marks in his/her each & every exam, his/her s' parent expects more & more each time. But, when he/she gets marks (must be due to over confidence) they lose their hope. And this type of situation makes a parent effective.
no. it is not possible because the egg needs to be fertilized by male sperm and if there is not, egg, nothing gets fertilized so, yeah, nope
An egg gets fertilized inside the hen. The process where the shell is formed over the yolk and albumen comes after.
When the fertilized egg gets attached elsewhere than in the uterus.
they need to replicate their DNA so that each daugther cell gets the same amount of genetic material as the parent had..
After fertilization, seeds immediately form. Once fertilized, the same plant can not be fertilized again in that same growing season. Plants drop the seeds (Pollen) they create in the same location the parent plant was growing. You can allow these seeds of the plants to grow in the same location or move, organize, and label the seeds to make better sense of the outcomes of various fertilization events, in the following season of plant growth.
The step parent gets control of the kids. If the step parent doesn't want them, any of the relatives of parent that died can take care of them. If nobody wants them then they go to an orphanage until they are 18.