An egg survives 12 to 24 hours after ovulation, according to the American Pregnancy Association. WebMD notes that sperm can live up to five days inside a woman's body.
About.com explains that due to the lifespan of sperm, fertilization of an egg is possible in a woman who has unprotected sex any time between five days prior to ovulation to one day following the event. This source also states that establishment of pregnancy does not occur until a fertilized egg is implanted in the lining of a woman's uterus. The American Pregnancy Association notes that implantation of the fertilized egg takes place six to 12 days following ovulation.Learn More
The entire process of the division of cells, mitosis, takes between 20 and 24 hours. This time includes the preparation for the division as well as the end of the cell division process.Full Answer >
Tissue culture is a biological research process that involves transferring tissue fragments from a plant or animal to an artificial environment wherein the fragments continue to survive and function, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica. The cultured tissue may contain a single cell, a cell population, an entire organ or part of an organ.Full Answer >
Symptoms of egg implantation in the uterine wall may include spotting, called implantation bleeding, and cramps, explains the American Pregnancy Association. However, a woman can fail to experience or notice these symptoms and still be pregnant. The symptoms may also have other causes, such as menstruation or an infection.Full Answer >
Bats can survive up to 24 hours without food or water. The exact amount of time depends in part on the bat's size, species, the time of year and whether it is nursing its young.Full Answer >