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### What is spermatogenisis?

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### Why spermatogenesis and oogenesis produces different numbers of gametes?

Spermatogenisis produces four gametes while oogenesis produces
only one. Oogenesis produces one egg and three polar bodies (that
immediately die off). Spermatogenisis produces four sperm that are
al equally complex. The egg is the major part of the potential
fertilized cell and it takes a lot of energy to make (think about
it, all it needs to start dividing is a few extra chromosomes) and
therefore most of the process's energy goes to the egg.

###### Asked in Reproductive System

### What is the process of gametogenesis?

Gametogenesis is the formation of eggs by the female and sperm
by the male. Singularly, Oogenisis is the formation of an
ovum from a female, and Spermatogenisis is the formation of
sperm by a male.
Where diploid, or in some instances, haploid cells undergo cell
division to form haploid gametes.( sex cells )

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### How do oogenisis and spermatogenisis differ?

In oogenesis after the first meiotic division one egg and one
tiny cell are created. In Meiosis II the egg and three small cells
are created. The three small cells are thrown away and the egg
undergoes fertilization. In spermatogenesis after meiosis II four
working sperms are ready to be used. There is only one usable cell
created in oogenesis while in spermatogenesis four cells are
created. the end result of oogenesis is only one viable cell while
in sprematogenesis there are four.

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### What is a result of science?

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### Is result a noun?

###### Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Exercise, Fitness

### How do people determine their body fat?

Procedure:
1) Multiply your bodyweight by 0.732. Ã Bodyweight
x .0732 = Result 1. 2) Add the result above to 8.987.
Ã Result 1 + 8.987= Result 2. 3) Divide your wrist
circumference by 3.14. Ã Wrist divided by 3.14 = Result 3.
4) Multiply your waist measurement by 0.157. Ã Waist x
0.157 = Result 4. 5) Multiply your hip measurement by 0.249.
Ã Hip x 0.249 = Result 5. 6) Multiply your forearm
measurement by 0.434. Ã Forearm x 0.434 = Result 6. 7)
Add results 2 & 3. Ã Result 2 + Result 3 = Result 7.
8) Subtract Result 4 from Result 7. Ã Result 7 -
Result 4 = Result 8. 9) Subtract Result 5 from Result 8.
Ã Result 8 - Result 5 = Result 9. 10) Add Result 6 and
Result 9. The result is your lean body mass (your fat free weight)
Ã Result 6 + Result 9 = Lean Body Mass. 11) Subtract
your lean body mass from your bodyweight. Once you get the result,
multiply that number by 100. Once you get this result, divide it by
your bodyweight. Ã ((Bodyweight-Lean Body Mass) x 100)
divided by your bodyweight.

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### How do you calculate your body fat index?

Procedure:
1) Multiply your bodyweight by 0.732. à Bodyweight x
.0732 = Result 1. 2) Add the result above to 8.987. à Result
1 + 8.987= Result 2. 3) Divide your wrist circumference by
3.14. à Wrist divided by 3.14 = Result 3. 4) Multiply your
waist measurement by 0.157. à Waist x 0.157 = Result 4. 5)
Multiply your hip measurement by 0.249. à Hip x 0.249 = Result 5.
6) Multiply your forearm measurement by 0.434. à Forearm x
0.434 = Result 6. 7) Add results 2 & 3. à Result 2 +
Result 3 = Result 7. 8) Subtract Result 4 from Result 7. à
Result 7 - Result 4 = Result 8. 9) Subtract Result 5 from
Result 8. à Result 8 - Result 5 = Result 9. 10) Add Result 6
and Result 9. The result is your lean body mass (your fat free
weight) à Result 6 + Result 9 = Lean Body Mass. 11) Subtract
your lean body mass from your bodyweight. Once you get the result,
multiply that number by 100. Once you get this result, divide it by
your bodyweight. à ((Bodyweight-Lean Body Mass) x 100) divided by
your bodyweight.

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### How can you calculate your percentage of body fat?

Procedure:
1) Multiply your bodyweight by 0.732. Ã Bodyweight
x .0732 = Result 1. 2) Add the result above to 8.987.
Ã Result 1 + 8.987= Result 2. 3) Divide your wrist
circumference by 3.14. Ã Wrist divided by 3.14 = Result 3.
4) Multiply your waist measurement by 0.157. Ã Waist x
0.157 = Result 4. 5) Multiply your hip measurement by 0.249.
Ã Hip x 0.249 = Result 5. 6) Multiply your forearm
measurement by 0.434. Ã Forearm x 0.434 = Result 6. 7)
Add results 2 & 3. Ã Result 2 + Result 3 = Result 7.
8) Subtract Result 4 from Result 7. Ã Result 7 -
Result 4 = Result 8. 9) Subtract Result 5 from Result 8.
Ã Result 8 - Result 5 = Result 9. 10) Add Result 6 and
Result 9. The result is your lean body mass (your fat free weight)
Ã Result 6 + Result 9 = Lean Body Mass. 11) Subtract
your lean body mass from your bodyweight. Once you get the result,
multiply that number by 100. Once you get this result, divide it by
your bodyweight. Ã ((Bodyweight-Lean Body Mass) x 100)
divided by your bodyweight.