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What is the relationship between gonad and gamete?
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What are the difference between the Gamete and the Gonads?
gamete is a male and a female reproductive cell sperm and ovum. gonad is produce sex cells and hormones ...
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Where are germ cells located in the body?
Germ cells are the reproductive cells in living organisms . They are formed near the alimentary canal of an embryo and then goes to growing gonads where gametes are produced. In males, the gamete is the sperm and the gonad is the testes whereas in females the gamete if the egg or ovum and the gonad is the ovaries. ...
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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. ...
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What is the difference between a gamete and a spore?
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 winter 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...
What is the male gonad that produces hormone and sperm cells?
testis: male gonad that produces hormone and sperm cells
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What is the Male gonad that produces sperm and testosterone?
The gonad is another name for testicle which is the part of the male body that produces testosterone and sperm. ...
How are spores different from gametes?
In common parlance, the difference between a "spore" and a "gamete" (both together called gonites) is that a spore will germinate and develop into a sporeling, while a gamete needs to combine with another gamete before developing further. ...