Sex cells (sperm or ova). (42)
The male sperm and/or female egg(s).
Male and female germ cells (i.e., sperm and eggs).
Male and female sex cells.
sex cells of parent organisms; usually haploid cells.
(Greek, gamos = marriage) A specialized reproductive cell through which sexually reproducing parents pass chromosomes to their offspring; a sperm or an egg. ( More? Week 1 Notes)
Sex cells (spermatozoa or ova) that carry the genes donated by each parent.
Male and female reproductive cells: sperm and oocytes.
In armoured and unarmoured species a 1N cell that fuses with another 1N cell to produce a zygote (2N).
Reproductive cells (spermatozoa or oocytes) that contain half the normal chromosome complement.
Haploid reproductive cells that unite during sexual reproduction to form a diploid zygote. Male gametes are sperm and female gametes are eggs.
A sex cell; one of two cells that unite, forming a zygote.
Female and male reproductive cells – ova and sperm.
sex cells, sperm and oocytes, which contain one-half the genetic composition of somatic cells and are produced by meiosis.
cells that have undergone meiosis and have half the number of chromosomes as normal cells, they can now take part in fertilization
Sex cells that contain half of a person's genetic information. Male gametes are called sperm; female gametes are called eggs or "ova."
Haploid egg or sperm cells that unite during sexual reproduction to produce a diploid zygote.
Cells that contain only 1 set of chromosomes (regular rat cells contain two sets). Sperm cells and egg cells.
Sperm or ovum (egg); the cells of reproduction.
Reproductive cells which unite in pairs to produce zygotes.
Cells (sperm and egg) that carry the material and information for heredity from one generation to the next.
Haploid reproductive cells ( ovum and sperm). PICTURE
Reproductive cells (sperm and egg) that fuse to form a zygote.
the sex cells in human beings--sperm in men and ova in women. Each gamete cell has 23 chromosomes, half the number found in other body cells.
a reproductive cell that is haploid and can unite with another gamete to form the cell that develops into a new organism.
Reproductive cells, each containing a single set of chromosomes; ova (eggs) in the female and spermatozoa (sperm) in the male.
the sex cells of sexually reproducing organisms, i.e. spermatozoa and ova.
cells (eg. eggs and sperm) which fuse du ring sexual reproduction to form early developmental stage (zygote) of new individual
gametos] haploid cells which fuse to form a zygote in sexual reproduction, usually refers to an egg or sperm cell.
specialized sex cells in plants, such as eggs and pollen. Gametes are haploid. A male gamete and a female gamete fuse and give rise to a diploid zygote, which develops into a new individual.
reproductive cells; sperm and egg cells in animals.
The male or female reproductive cells -- the sperm or the egg
sex cells: eggs (ova) in women, sperm in men. Each gamete contains only one of each pair of genes. When two gametes combine to form a new organism, the pairs are brought together.
The male and female reproductive cells: spermatozoon and eggs.
Mature reproductive cells, usually haploid in chromosome number [ovum (egg) or sperm].
Sperm cells in males, egg cells in females, normally containing only twenty-three chromosomes.
sex cells, either sperm or ova, that fuse at fertilization; gametes carry a complete set of genetic information from each parent that is passed on to the child
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