New organisms are produced when male and female haploid gametes fuse. In mammals, gametes are produced in the testes or ovaries of individuals but anthers and ovaries are on the same flowering plant.
How many sets of chromosomes does a diploid body cell contain?
Where are male gametes produced in flowering plants?
What is the function of the ovaries in a flowering plant?
To produce female gametes
To produce male gametes
To produce male and female gametes
Where are sperm cells made in the body of a mammal?
The diagram shows the reproductive system of a human female.
In which structure are egg cells made?
Identify structures 1, 2 and 3.
Structure 1 is the ovary, structure 2 is the oviduct and structure 3 is the uterus.
Structure 1 is the uterus, structure 2 is the ovary and structure 3 is the oviduct.
Structure 1 is the oviduct, structure 2 is the ovary and structure 3 is the uterus.
What word is used to describe a type of cell that contains one set of chromosomes?
Which sentence describes an egg cell, sperm cell and zygote?
Egg cells are diploid and sperm cells and zygotes are haploid
Egg cells and zygotes are haploid and sperm cells are diploid
Egg cells and sperm cells are haploid and zygotes are diploid
Which process results in the production of a zygote?
Which of the following is the correct route that sperm take out of the male's body during sexual intercourse?
Sperm duct → Urethra → Penis
Penis → Urethra → Sperm duct
Sperm duct → Penis → Urethra