The male gamete - spermatozoon and the female gamete - ovum.
Yes, both oogenesis (egg production) and spermatogenesis (sperm production) utilize meiosis to produce haploid gametes, or gametes with half the normal amount of genetic material.
In a normal pregnancy the embryo becomes attached to the
the fish will develop at a normal rate for approximately 5 week and then it will grow legs and arms and get into a fight with a shark
The main function of meiosis is to produce gametes, which are the egg and sperm cells. These cells have half of the number of chromosomes that are in a normal body cells.
no, gametes are 1/4 of a diploid cell.
gametes are haploid (half the normal number of chromosomes)
Meiosis takes a cell from 2N (Diploid) to N (haploid) and produces 4 daughter cells at 23 chromosomes. These are the sex gametes. A normal 2N cell would have 46 chromosomes.
I am afraid it is unlikely. Ovary swelling is normal as cells in the sac the egg came from grow to provide hormones to maintain a pregnancy but if there is no embryo in the sac you have what is called a blighted ovum which cannot develop into a baby.
Normal gametes should contain one allele from each gene.
The whole purpose of reducing the gamete to contain half the number of normal chromosomes is so that normal chromosome numbers can be achieved again when the gametes fuse to form a zygote. If the gamete is not halved, polyploidy results. This is a generic term to describe having more than the normal number of chromosomes.