Why is fertilization in human is important?
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)