Which of the following statements about human reproduction is true?
Sperm and ova are zygotes. Mitosis in females is known as oogenesis. Oogenesis takes place in the ovaries of females. Mitosis in males is also known as spermatogenesis.
Which of the following statements is true about mitosis in humans?
Each cell undergoing mitosis divides into two complete new cells that are usually identical to the cell from which they originated. All cells of the body go through mitosis more or less constantly from conception until death. It takes roughly two weeks for a cell to go through all six phases of mitosis. Mitosis occurs in the spermatocytes.
Which of the following statements is true about meiosis in humans?
Sperm and ova are not identical to the parent cells that produced them. The process begins in males and females at puberty. Females produce far more gametes than do males. none of the answers are right
Ocytes are ______.
the male equivalent of ova ova that have not yet completed the oogenesis process the locations on chromosomes where ova are produced formed after ovulation
Which of the following statements is true in humans?
Meiosis produces cells that have a haploid number of chromosomes Meiosis produces cells that have a diploid number of chromosomes. Both cell division produces equal set of chromosomes. Mitosis produces cells that have a haploid number of chromosomes.
Process of fusion of male and female gamete is ______.