Answer: to make babies hope this helps :-) Answer: It is and it isn't. Fertilization occurs when sperm and egg meet and conception occurs. Without this, there is no reproduction, and no reproduction equals the death of a species. Humans would cease to exist if fertilization would cease to happen. There are large controversies over fertilization (and medical interference) because questions of religion, ethics, and morals are tied closely to the belief we are (or aren't) special as a species. Fertilization appears to be a supernatural process because some people believe that "the soul starts as the egg is fertilized."
The actual physical process of fertilization is trivial, it's a natural biological process that all mammals (and most animals) share.
Fertilization is important so species can have genetic variation. It is also important so the species can pass on their genes.
that is in your body And the fertilization in very important for your live
Without it the Human Race would die out, pretty rapidly.. No fertilizer = no babies!!
deffinatly if we didn't fertilize than we'd die out very rapidly
why is ovulation important in the fertilization of an egg
Whale has internal fertilization,because they are mammals like human. ^_^
ossible for fertilization to happen outside the human body ? how ?
Human fertilization is the union of human eggs and sperm usually occurring in the ampulla of the uterine tube.
Indirectly, yes because everything including fertilization requires energy for sperm to reach there and to initiate the fertilization. However, they are not not directly related or important contributors of fertilization.
Human fertilization is the union of a human egg and sperm, usually occurring in vitro fertilization (IVF) is a process by which egg cells are fertilized by sperm.
Luc Roegiers has written: 'Les cicognes en crise' -- subject(s): Fertilization in vitro, Human, Human Fertilization in vitro, Infertility, Moral and ethical aspects, Moral and ethical aspects of Human fertilization in vitro, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Human fertilization in vitro, Psychological aspects of Infertility
H. J. Leese has written: 'Human reproduction and in vitro fertilisation' -- subject- s -: Fertilization in vitro, Human, Human Fertilization in vitro
The lion uses the same fertilisation as the human does.
Fertilization usually occurs in the outer third of the fallopian tube.
The term for the nine months of human development between fertilization and birth is called the gestation period.
Carl Wood has written: 'Test-tube conception' -- subject(s): Fertilization invitro, Human, Human Fertilization in vitro
Pollination is important for fertilization.
About nine months after fertilization.
In the fallopian tube
In the fallopean tubes of human females.
In the uterus.
just after fertilization