What Is a Fertilized Egg Called?

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A fertilized egg is called a zygote. It is the initial cell produced when two haploid gametes fuse. A zygote eventually become an embryo after a two-week period of rapid cell division. It divides through a process referred to as mitosis.
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zygote. Source(s) that might be wrong but it's your fault for not making your question specific.
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