The question is not true because it can't be done
Duplication of sperm
Not be seen
Be seen halfway
Be seen but just a little
It creates offspring that are different from the parent
It creates offspring that are identical to the parent
It creates offspring that are similar to the parent
Both sexually and asexually
Is impossible because they do not reproduce
Reproduction allows for variation in the offspring
Reproduction allows a species to continue from one generation to the next
Reproduction always increases the population of a species
Reproduction is not really important to all living things
True, they have 23 chromosomes
False, they have all of the chromosomes
False, they have nothing to do with chromosomes
True, they have 46 chromosomes
The less parental care a species gives, the more offspring that species will produce.
The more parental care a species gives, the more offspring that species will produce.
The amount of parental care a species gives to the offspring has nothing to do with the number of offspring produced.
Her being incredibly smart
Her being born on the border of Mexico and the United States
Liking the color red
Having long fingers
Wearing your hair in a ponytail
Being mean and rude
Human sperm have 23 chromosomes.
Meiosis reduces the number of chromosomes to half the amount a species actually possesses.
Human egg cells have 23 chromosomes
Humans have 46 chromosomes so sperm and egg cells have 46 chromosomes.