Another Term for Sex Cells
Sex cells are the reproductive cells of an organism. Male gametes are known as sperm, whereas female gametes are known as ova or egg cells.
Each haploid cell in a gamete contains one copy of each chromosome.
What does sex cells do?
Sexually reproducing organisms produce sex cells, also known as gametes. Gametes serve two purposes. They are physiologically capable of fusing with a gamete of the opposing sex to form a single cell (a zygote) that initiates the development of a new organism and the next generation.
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