A chicken egg, when fertilized, does have the makings to become a chicken. However, the eggs you buy from the grocery store are not fertilized and are therefore, simply an egg.
A fertilized chicken egg is an egg that has the ability to be hatched. Normal store eggs can't be but eggs from a farmer usually can be. The fertilized part just means the hen was around a rooster and he inseminated her. So now there is a sperm in the chicken egg. Hence the fertilized part.
Many people raise chickens for their eggs. When the chicken lays the eggs and egg that is not fertilized is referred to as a dud egg. These are the eggs we get in the market. If the egg is fertilized, you will get a chick.
A fertilized egg of a hen contains an embryo of a chicken.
a baby, or for a chicken, a chick
it is white i think
No, if the eggs were fertilized there would be a baby chicken fetus in the egg.
It means the egg was fertilized :\
After the egg has been fertilized, incubated and exited the shell.
A fertilized chicken egg is considered diploid, while an unfertilized chicken egg is haploid. Chickens are diploid when you are considering chromosomes.
A feshly collected fertilized egg should NOT weigh barely a nanogram more than an unfertilized egg!