What is the relationship between gonad and gamete?
The gonad is the organ that makes gametes. The gonads in males are the testes and the gonads in females are the ovaries. The product, gametes, are haploid germ cells.
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Answer . gamete- a sex cell with half the total chromozomes which needs to meet another gamete to start a life . spore- asexual reproduction unit with has a full set of cromozomes and can germinate to become a normal being, usually it is more hardy and is used to survive harsh conditions like w…inter or summer. The difference between a gamete and a spore : . - a gamete can be either a gamete male, or a gamete female. And to become a Plantae, both are needed,. - a spore isn't male or female, that's why, he only needs his-self to become a plantae (or a mushrom) ( Full Answer )
gamete is the male reproductive cell called sperm.A haploidreproductive cell that unites with another haploid reproductivecell to from a zygote.
A reproductive cell having the haploid number of chromosomes,especially a mature sperm or egg capable of fusing with a gamete ofthe opposite sex to produce the fertilized egg. sex cells
The Gonads are organs in animals that produce sex cells: ovaries in the female, testes in the male.
A gamete, also called a sex cell, is a haploid cell thatparticipates in fertilization by fusing with another haploid cell.
Gonads are basically sex glands that are responsible for the secretion of Testosterone for males and estrogen and progesterone for females. .
For a male the gonads contain a reproductive sperm and for a female they hold eggs that soon become fertilized when the sperm and the egg combines.
Body cells or Somatic cells are produced by mitosis. These cells are also diploid meaning they have chromosomes from both parents. Gametes on the other hand are produced by meiosis. These cells are haploid, having only half the original chromosomes in the cells. Gametes are also known as sex cells b…eing that they are usually involved in sexual processes in both the Plantae and Animalia kingdoms (or phyla if you're a microbial biologist). Sperm and ovules are forms of gametes. Spermatogenesis and oogenesis are the respective haploid processes for these cells. ( Full Answer )
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Gonads is a slang term for testes. They concern the male reproductive organs. *UPDATED* although gonads are used commonly as a slang word for testes, the scientific meaning is the organ that creates gamates, which is found in both males and females. On a male this is the testes, and on the female… this is the ovaries. ( Full Answer )
Clam gonads are the structures within the clam that produce the gametes of the clam. In general, gonads are the sites of haploid gamete production. The testes are the gonads of males, while the ovaries are the gonads of females.
Gametic mutation occurs in sex cells and is passed on to the next generation, and this can become a sex-linked recessive disorder; hemophilia is an example. Somatic mutations occur in body cells - non sex cells - so changes are vnot passed on to future generations.
somatic cells are those form the body of organisms while germ line cells are those which give rise to gemete somatic cells undergo mitosis while germ line cells undergo meiosis and gamete are reproductive cells
Somatic cells or body cells have a dipliod or full set of chromosomes. Gametes or sex cells, also called germ cells, have a hapliod number of chromosomes or half the number. Sperm and eggs are the gametes of humans, and you misspelled cell.......... artard
Gamete is the term that refers to the individual haploid sex cells, the egg or the sperm, and contains only half of the necessary genetic information for a new organism. A zygote is the diploid result of fertilization between an egg and sperm, which will ultimately grow into the organism.
Gonads . Starfish's sex organ. When filled with egg or sperm, they fill the whole arm, depending on the time of spawning. Resemble grapes. .
A zygote is a fertilized egg cell with more than one single set of chromosomes and a gamete has only one single set of chromosomes.
Answer: Both have haploid number of chromodomes i.e they contain half no. of chromosomes which is 23 while our other body cells contain 46 chromosomes.
Well, actually, about half of us do have our gonads in our abdomens - we're called female. The male testes are located outside the abdomen because sperm do better at a temperature a few degrees lower than the typical human body temperature.
There is no specific relationship between them. Somatic cells are cells that form the body (or body cells). The contain diploid (2n) number of chromosomes. They divide by mitosis gametes are also called germ cells or sex cells. They contain haploid (n) number of chromosomes. They do not divide… by themselves. They are produced from the primary gametocyte which undergoes a two-stage division process called meiosis ( Full Answer )
Gametes are reproductive cells and somatic cells are all the other cells that make up an organism.
a zyqote is a fertilized egg, and a gamete is a specialized egg in sexual reproduction,
Gonads is a more general word, and gender neutral. Testes are the male gonads, while the ovaries are the female gonads.
It's a disease or a symptom of a disease that causes male testiclesto enlarge or swell to an abnormal size.
Gonads are part of the reproductive systems of both men and women.They produce gametes. In men they are the testes and in women theyare the ovaries.
Humans are Born with them, so is pretty much everything else really, what funky stuff have ye been smokin?
Cells with a full set of chromosomes are Diploids. Cells that contain unpaired chromosomes contain half the set of chromosomes and are called Haploids. Gametes are reproductive cells (sperm and eggs) that are haploids which are produced by the process meiosis.
A body (somatic) cell has 46 chromosomes while a gamete only has 23 since it is a sex cell.
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Relationships types are many and varied; the most common relationship between them is knowing the other person or people involved in the relationship. Although this is not always true, a relationship can be with someone you've never met, such as many on the social networking sites (or Answers.com) a…nd anonymous relationships like the blood we donate, contributions to food drives, the money we donate to our favored cause on a regular basis. or the business we conduct by internet or telephone. Otherwise, we usually know the other people with whom we have relationships. ( Full Answer )
Somatic: diploid (full set of DNA); all cells except sex cells; produced via mitosis Gamete: haploid (half set of DNA; these are sex cells (egg or sperm); produced via meiosis
The reproductive system of a grasshopper contains the gonads. Thegonads are ducts that allow the sperm to pass through the male andinto the female.
Males and Females In females, gonads refers to the ovaries and in males, it refers to the testes.
In database design, object-oriented programming, and knowledge representation, we often describe the relationship between two things as either "is-a" or "has-a" (but not both). For example, An avocado "is-a" fruit. (An avocado is a specific kind of fruit. A fruit is a generalization of things …like an avocado. An avocado has all the things and characteristics that all fruit have -- an outer skin, an edible flesh, grows on plants, etc.) An avocado "has-a" seed. (An avocado contains a seed. The seed is one of several parts of an avocado.) (Many people find this "is-a" term more understandable than the terms "meronym" and "hyponym"). When writing computer programs, confusing these two kinds of relationships is a common source of bugs. The "is-a" relationship is often represented in a program using "class inheritance", subclasses (and superclasses). The "has-a" relationship is often represented in a program using a class variable. The class variable is typically a basic type for exclusive things, such as "birthday". The class variable is typically a reference to a class as a class variable for shared items, such as "mother". ( Full Answer )
A gamete is also known as a "sex cell". These are the egg and the sperm. Zygotes are fertilised eggs. This means that when the female gamete is fertilised by the male gamete, it forms a zygote.
You have a relationship with a partner/significant other and you are in relationship to your various family members (ie mom, dad, aunt).
IT is an acronym for Information Technology- whilst IS relates to Information Systems- which put the Technolgy to work in applications.
The male has one x and one y chromosome where as the female has two x's. (mayhaps the male lost a limb and is only standing on one leg now? ;P Just kidding)
1: The somatic cells have one copy of each chromosome from each parent, so it has two copies of each total. This is called 'diploid'. A human somatic cell, for instance, has 23 chromosome pairs, or a total of 46 chromosomes. 2: The gamete's chromosomes have undergone crossing over, in which a gen…e or genes have been switched. In other words, the gene for eye color you got from your mother, on the chromosome you got from your mother, hopped over onto the chromosome from your father, and the chromosome you got from your father kicked the gene for eye color that was already on the chromosome you got from your father, back to the chromosome you got from your mother. 3. Somatic cells undergo only one division at a time, mitosis; gametic cells actually double their original, diploid amount of chromosomes to become tetroid (four copies) before undergoing a double division, meiosis. It is during the tetroid stage that crossing over occurs. Four gametic cells are formed at the end of meiosis. However, in the case of eggs, only one useful egg, or ovum, is produced. The other three cells are tiny and useless. On the other hand, sperm are all equal, with four sperm being produced from one round of meiosis. ! ( Full Answer )
Gonadal hormones are those hormones that are actually released from the gonads (ex. estrogen, testosterone). Gonadotropins are hormones that CAUSE the release of gonadal hormones, gonadotropins are released from the anterior pituitary gland(tropin means "releasing" so gonadotropin is a gonad hormone… releasing hormone) an example of this would be FSH-- follicle stimulating hormone. . ( Full Answer )
A gamete cell is a sex cell, while somatic cells are all other body cells.
What is the relationship between the number of heterozygous loci n and the number of gamete types produced?
Say your heterozygous condition is Aa. The every gamete has a 50% chance of getting either A, or a. So double the number of gamete types produced, though not double the number of zygote types as 'a' is recessive. Probabilities could change if more that two alleles of a gene exists.
gamete is a male and a female reproductive cell sperm and ovum. gonad is produce sex cells and hormones
A gonad is a reproductive part of an organism that makes gametes, like the ovaries which make eggs or the testes which make sperm.
Genetic variation is produced during meiosis when gametes are forming, gametes combine to form zygote which form new offspring with genetic variability.
Somatic cells are not involved in sexual reproduction. These are most of the cells in your body. Gametes are sex cells (sperm and ovules/eggs).
In contrast to a gamete, the diploid somatic cells of an individual contain one copy of the chromosome set from the sperm and one copy of the chromosome set from the egg; that is, the cells of the offspring have genes expressing characteristics of both the father and the mother. A gamete's chromosom…es are not exact duplicates of either of the sets of chromosomes carried in the somatic cells of the individual that produced the gametes. They can be hybrids produced through crossover (a form of genetic recombination) of chromosomes, which takes place in meiosis. This hybridization has a random element, and the chromosomes tend to be a little different in every gamete that an individual produces. This recombination and the fact that the two chromosome sets ultimately come from either a grandmother or a grandfather on each parental side account for the genetic dissimilarity of siblings. ( Full Answer )
Lots of vegetables, going to bed early, and when you reach the right time given to you by the elders of your clan, climb Mount. Chichrakuta and eat the great eagles egg. Then you will be able to grow gonads
Male gamete formation produces 4 gametes that become 4 sperm. Female gamete formation produces 1 gamete that becomes an ova. The 3 remaining cells lose all their cytoplasm to the single ovum and become polar bodies. Depending on the species the polar bodies can play a role in fertilization/pregnancy… and in others they die. ( Full Answer )
The Gonads are generically the organs that produce gametes that isthe testis in a man or an ovary in a woman. However, in the vernacular form the term is usually used to referto the male's organs.