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Starting out in Life

Science 7

egg cell The female sex cell.
external fertilisation When fertilisation happens outside the bodies of the parents.
fertilisation Fusing of a male sex cell with a female sex cell.
fertilised egg cell What is produced when a sperm cell fuses with an egg cell.
fuse When two sex cells join together to form a fertilised egg cell.
internal fertilisation When fertilisation happens inside the bodies of the parents.
offspring New organisms produced in reproduction.
parent An organism that has had offspring.
sex cell A cell used for sexual reproduction.
sexual reproduction Producing new organisms by the joining of two sex cells.
sperm cell The male sex cell.
uterus A reproductive organ in female mammals where her fertilised egg cells grow and develop.
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