Why Do Polar Bodies Form?


Polar bodies form as it takes less energy to maintain four cells. A single cell takes a lot of work to maintain so polar bodies form to conserve energy.
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Polar bodies are the by-products of an egg's division during meiosis. As
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Polar bodies are referred to cell structures that are located inside an ovum of plants and animals. Polar bodies are formed due to asymmetrical cell division and are formed during oogenesis.
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