How Is a Zygote Formed?


A zygote is formed when there has been union between two gametes (egg cell and sperms). It exists after fertilization has taken place. The two gamete cells are joined by means of sexual reproduction.
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They form from the merger of two haploid (half-gened cells: a sperm and an egg). Actually in mammals the egg swallows the sperm, and the nuclear material fuses together.
The zygote is the single cell that is formed when the sperm cell fertilizes the egg cell.
A zygote is the single cell that forms after sperm fertilizes an egg cell. A zygote is a diploid cell, formed from the union of two haploid cells.
Please show me a diagram. 3 Answers | Add Yours "Zygote" is the scientific term that refers to a fertilized egg cell. That means that it is formed when an egg cell is fertilized
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A zygote is formed when a sperm works its way into a female egg. The fertilization causes the growth to begin, and in 40 weeks the zygote grows into a baby.
A zygote will go through many divisions. Before the zygote can do any of this it has to be formed. It will do this by a fusion of the two haploid gametes.
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