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1. The cells of reproduction, which contain only half the chromosomes of a normal cell.  The fusion, in the case of animals (sperm and egg) produce a zygote.<br><br>
 
1. The cells of reproduction, which contain only half the chromosomes of a normal cell.  The fusion, in the case of animals (sperm and egg) produce a zygote.<br><br>
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Male gametes in plants.<br><br>
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Source: http://study.com/academy/lesson/male-gamete-in-plants-definition-lesson-quiz.html

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1. The cells of reproduction, which contain only half the chromosomes of a normal cell. The fusion, in the case of animals (sperm and egg) produce a zygote.

gametes-definition.jpg

Male gametes in plants.

Source: http://study.com/academy/lesson/male-gamete-in-plants-definition-lesson-quiz.html