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No it is not possible, sperm are missing most of the biochemical machinery need to produce a embryo, sperm have most most of their functional components to make them lower investment and faster. Sperm are lacking several important organelles, including the most important ribosomes. They are not fully functional cells. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/...


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Well, it would be difficult from specifically sperm, but if you mean from two members of the same sex -- two men, then the answer is yes. Yes it is (or, rather, will be) possible. Already, it has been done in mice (new baby mice were born from both only mothers and also only fathers): https://www.cell.com/cell-stem-cell/pdf/S1934-5909(18)30441-7.pdf In ...


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