This answer is so wrong that it is funny....the ignorance of the person who answered it is really in question. BTW, Downs Syndrome is caused by a genetic defect of the subject having one extra chromosome.
The lower sperm counts or lower production of the Ova sometimes will effect the ability to have children
I believe that this is a repeat of a question,,,,it has been posted several times with nearly identical wording.
It may lessen that chance of being able to produce offspring but that would depend on the actual counts.
The cells that you didnt use will be wastes and probobly come out as crap. The cells that you didnt use will be wastes and probobly come out as crap. The cells that you didnt use will be wastes and probobly come out as crap.
In females, the sex cells (eggs) are produced in the ovaries. In males, the sex cells (sperm) are produced in the testes.
Egg is produced in the ovaries in females and sperm in testes in males.
Females don't produce sperm cells.
males - sperm, females - eggs
Fertility will drop
Megaspores are produced at the end of meiosis from megaspore mother cell.
Sex cells (gametes) are formed in the gonads. In males, sperm cells are produced in the testes. In females, egg cells come from the ovaries. All the egg cells a female will ever release are produced before birth, but they mature annually.
In males, all four daughter cells produced by meiosis will become sperm cells. In females, only one of the four daughter cells produced by meiosis will become an ovum. The ovum gets most of the cytoplasm and the other three smaller cells are called polar bodies and will be reabsorbed.
All somatice ( that is body cells) use mitosis. Only gamates (sex cells) use meiosis to produce the egg cell that is produced by the females ovaries or the sperm cell that is produced by the male testies.
Sex cells, or a reproductive cells that have half the normal amount of chromosomes. These cells are produced in your sex organ (ovary or the testis) and are not identical to the other cells.
blood cells die
in human being's normal cells 46 chromosomes are found whereas in gametes half of the chromosomes,that is;23 are found if gametes will have same no. of chromosomes as in normal cells than in offspring (46+46=92)chromosomes will be found but it can't happen
Four gametes are produced every time a cell goes through the process of meiosis. For females, the four become an egg(zygote).
Haploid cells, as opposed to diploid cells. Haploid cells contain only 23 chromosomes, but normal diploid cells contain 46 chromosomes.
Eggs are produced in the human ovary during gestation through a process of cell differentiation. The process is similar to the process that produces bone cells, muscle cells, nerve cells, etc.. Human females are born with all of the eggs they will ever produce.
The normal count is 4 to 6 million red blood cells per cubic millimeter. - for adult males: 4,600,000-6,200,000 cells per mm3 - for adult females: 4,200,000-5,400,000 cells per mm3
the cells produced in mitosis are diploid cells (2n) whereas the cells produced in meiosis are haploid (n)
Two types of sex cells are> Sperm (in males)> Egg or ovum (in females)Sperm is produces in the testes.Ovum or egg is produced in the ovaries.Source(s):
In females the egg develops in the ovaries, this is also where estrogen and many other female hormones are produced.