Why are eggs larger than sperms?
if sperms were larger than eggs, al the sperms will squash the egg and there will be no baby!!!
females are larger females lay the eggs males have sperms males are smaller
Bird eggs are larger than starfish eggs because a bird is larger than a starfish. So, naturally its eggs will be larger. Also, because starfish live in a some-what dangerous habitat, they need to produce a vast quanity of eggs (more than a bird could ever produce).
Because sperms are weak so alot will die easily therfore they should be superfluous in amount to ensure fertilisation.
well, boy fish have sperms, and girl fish have eggs that are supposed to be fertilized by the boy sperms
Only eggs larger than 10cm long
11 sperms and 21 eggs
Most eggs are non motile. Sperms reach the eggs.
They are both the same kind of hard.
Yes, non identical twins are 2 eggs fertilised by 2 sperms.
Compared to certain bacterial and viruses sperm are quite large. They are larger than the HIV virus for instance.
Depending on the reptile, because the word "reptile" is a very broad term, usually a chicken egg is larger. A chicken egg is larger than most lizard eggs, turtle eggs, tortoise eggs, and snake eggs. Some bigger species do have bigger eggs than chickens though. Hope this helps :]
Turkey eggs are larger than chicken eggs. I have seen a turkey egg make an omelet that would be equivalent to two chicken eggs. But the taste is the same, however when the omelet made from the turkey eggs got cold, the color changed from yellow to greenish gray. It was really weird.
Some duck eggs are larger than chicken eggs. Some are smaller.
Large, pale white---and they are larger than chicken eggs and have thick shells
NO. Sperms cannot reach eggs.
An organism that has an ovary for the production of eggs and a testes for the production of sperms is known as " hermaphrodite"
Normally non-identical twins.
They do not.
Female: eggs and Male: sperms
you people are ****** a'f -.-
the female frog lay eggs and the male frog produce sperms to fertilise the eggs
Females have eggs and males have sperms. When the sperms swim and matts the egg it defuses and that cell divides to form an un borne baby
No. In order to get pregnant there has to be sperms and a egg and men don't have eggs.
Yes, they are larger and stronger flavored than chicken eggs.
The size of the egg doesn't dictate the strength of the shelll. The type of egg does. Quail eggs are smaller than chicken eggs, but they are usually stronger. Duck eggs are larger than chicken eggs but they are also usually stronger. So size doesn't matter.
Some of the larger Pythons can live for more than 40 years - and CAN lay as many as 60 eggs a year - which is 2,400 eggs
That is a good question. Both egg and sperm has the same number of chromosomes. But then the size of the egg is very big compared to sperms. Here the egg has lot of food material stored in them. that is necessary for cell multiplication after the conception. sperms has to run fast for fertilization. You can not run fast with some heavy weight on your back. Also the number of the sperms is very… Read More
Yes, the female sperms, i.e. the sperms carrying the X chromosome, live longer than the male sperms, which carry the Y chromosome.
They are larger for the larger dinosaur species and smaller for the smaller ones (just as an ostrich egg is much much larger than a robin's egg).
Monotremes (egg-laying mammals) lay rubbery-shelled eggs, whilst birds lay eggs with hard shells. Monotreme eggs have larger yolks than birds' eggs.
Gametes, such as eggs and sperm, are haploid, not diploid. Diploid would be somatic cells, such as skin cells or brain cells.
diploid fool all are diploid except sperms and eggs
Gametes sperms and eggs do not go through mitosis.
No, girls only produce eggs once month (I believe) from their ovaries
The female star fish lays eggs (unfertilized) and the male senses the eggs and releases sperms into the area. Then the egg and the sperm gets together and makes a baby starfish.
Evolution made them that way. It allows them to protect their younger better, and also to have more eggs (and more eggs = more chance that eggs will survive).
No, the male flies do not lay eggs. Female flies are larger than male flies. The female flies lay over 900,000 eggs during their lifespan.
They each have 23. After fertilization they combine into the 23 pairs (46 total).
For male, the function is to make sperms. For female, the function is to make eggs.
Eggs are female sex cells. Sperms are male sex cells. The answer is simply no.
No, sperms and eggs are haploid, so that they may combine to form a diploid number of chromosomes.
All dinosaur eggs had hard, calcium based shells and were either round or oblong. Some dinosaur eggs were larger than others, though, and their colors are unknown.
It is possible that it is because the eggs that she is laying are larger than they should be, like if it is laying double yoke eggs. I would see if you are getting double yoke eggs, and if you are, than try to find out if it is her that is laying them. If that doesn't help than I don't know. I hope it dose.
there is absolutly no effect in the eggs or sperm. that's just some dumb kids who said that to make fun of someone else.
The process that produces sperm and eggs is the reproduction process. The sperms works to fertilize the egg and most mammals use this process for reproducing.
Because male sperms are alot more fragile than femal sperms
It rather depends on the species. Anywhere from less than ten to more than forty (for the larger pythons)
They taste great. slightly richer than chicken eggs, larger than chicken eggs and great for use in baking. They are a real treat just because unlike the chicken, the peahen only lays eggs at a certain time of year and only in limited quantity.
The number of eggs that a female shrimp will lay depends on her age and her size; the older and larger she is, the more eggs she will lay. When she is 3 years old, she can lay more than twenty five thousand eggs.
Ostriches are usually much larger than parrots, and also have larger eggs. Parrots are common pets as ostriches are usually wild.