Consider we have a monkey zygote (i.e. single cell just fused) and a tiger zygote. If we extract the nucleus of monkey zygote and place it into tiger zygote where nucleus of tiger zygote is already removed. Is there any chance of zygote to survive and finally turn into a monkey offspring ? I tried Google for any such experiment ever conducted but seems like biology is googol to Google, no close result at all.
For more clarity it can even be considered all chromosomes transferred instead of nucleus.
As far as I think this could be possible as all 20 amino heads must be present in zygotes of both the mammals and thus synthesizing protein should not be a problem. However I can't say anything about their respective immune system response.
This question came to my mind considering Darwin hypothesis/theory(interpret as you wish) of evolution, where even if some mutation changes the DNA sequence how much chances are there for a completely new organism if cells don't support growth natively.