Vacuoles provide temporary storage food in a cell.
Sperm cells are animal cells.
egg and sperm cells
No, a plant does not even produce sperm and egg cells.
The part of a flower that holds 2 sperm cells is the stamen. The stamen is the male productive organ of the flower and is where pollen is produced.
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Sperm cells are produced by the Testicles.
A.bladder B.prostate C.testicle D.scrotum
In seminal vesicles of testes
The testes or testicles.
The pollen grains produced in the anther of the flower contain the sperm cells.
what sticky pollen receptive part of the pitil
the testes or the testicle
The male part of a flower (the stamen) produces pollen, which are the sperm cells.
Neither one. Sperm cells make up the man's part when a baby is started inside a woman. The woman's egg cells (ova) make up the woman's part when a baby is started. Sperm cells come out of a boy or man's penis in a somewhat creamy liquid called, "Semen". The semen gives the sperm cells something to swim in, and also temporarily alters the woman's birth canal so that it won't chemically harm the sperm cells.
the fallopian tube
The waste food which is almost solid is stored in the last part of the large interstine called the rectum.
Males are constantly reproducing sperm. This is done in a part of the penis called the testes. Men have perhaps billions of sperm cells inside the testes.