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Allow me to start off with a nice picture showing the differences - note female gametes are on the left while male gametes are on the right in my examples: Isogametes For a gamete to be considered an isogamete the other gamete that it meets up with to produce is exactly the same in both size, structure and movement. [2] It is literally trying to find ...


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Short answer People with androgen insensitivity syndrome do not have a functional uterus and cannot bear a child. Background Androgen-insensitive genetic males may develop female genitalia and internal female reproductive organs. However, in both partial androgen insensitivity syndrome (PAIS) and complete androgen insensitivity syndrome (CAIS) the uterus is ...


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Interesting question, but the answer is simpler than you might think. Antibiotics put selective pressure on bacteria. Bacteria resistant to that antibiotic evolve as only the resistant ones survive. But this is the key, there has to be at least some already resistant bacteria from which the new (resistant) population will emerge. With contraception, this ...



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