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Male gametes, or sperm, are small and motile while female gametes, or eggs, are larger and stationary. Males produce many more gametes in a lifetime than do females. More »

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The steps of meiosis are the same for both males and females, but the end result is different because the female produces an egg, while the male produces sperm. The process is also named differently in the sexes. The sta... More »

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Pollination is the process whereby pollen grains move from the anther to the stigma on a flower’s style, while fertilization is the fusion of the male gametes and female egg cells to form a new plant seed. Pollination pr... More »

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The steps of meiosis are the same for both males and females, but the end result is different because the female produces an egg, while the male produces sperm. The process is also named differently in the sexes. The sta... More »

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Clams reproduce by releasing gametes, or eggs and sperm, into the water. Male and female clams have no direct contact. The clams are prompted to reproduce by changes in the water's temperature and pH. In the quahog clam,... More »

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Male turkeys are called gobblers or toms, and female turkeys are called hens. The males are larger than the females, weighing between 16 and 24 pounds, while a female may only weigh up to 10 pounds. More »

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