Question

- Rarely two sperm may penetrate a secondary oocyte. Do you think
this fertilized cell will survive for long? Why or why not?
**(3 points)**

Answer #1

It is rare ,yes

Fertilization of an egg with 2 sperm is rare and is still possible.whej 2 sperm with haploid number of chromosome fuse with and egg who have same haploid number of chromosome result in a triploid cell that has 3 set of chromosome. This is called a partial molar pregnancy. Mostly these material wont development into a fetus due to lack of viability to triploid cells . 69 chromosome will be there in these cells . In this situation it might not term into an embryo or development into an incomplete embryo. A grape like cyst is the result of this situation and will not develop into a child

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