The fertilized egg implants and develops in the uterus.
incubator or brooder
It is called a morula, and consists of the first 16 cells from the division of the zygote (fertilized egg). The individual undifferentiated cells are known as blastomeres, and form a hollow structure called a blastocyst. Once differentiation of cells occurs, the structure is simply called an embryo, and later a fetus.
It is necessary for an egg to be fertilized so the egg can hatch.
A fertilized egg cell is when a sperm enters an egg. The result is a fertilized egg cell, or a zygote.
It never 'receives' blood. It makes its own. In humans the first red blood cells show up at the end if the first month.
Yes, a zygote is a fertilized egg.
The gametes, or "sex cells" - the sperm and ovum (egg) - become the fertilized egg (zygote) when they fuse.
A fertilized egg implants into the Uterus.
In flowering plants, one or more seeds develop within an ovary. The seed coat, which is the hard structure that surrounds the seed, develops from the wall of the chamber where the fertilized egg begins to develop.