Errors in fertilization, Biology

ERRORS IN FERTILIZATION -

1.       Polyspermy - When more than one sperms are fused in an ovum, this condition is called polyspermy.

2.       Polygynae - During oogenesis after the meiosis polar body I and II are not seperate, in this condition one male pronuclei fused to two female pronuclei. This condition is called polygynae.

3.      Polyandry - When two male pronuclei fused with the one female pronuclei is called as polyandry, in this condition embryo is dead.

4.      Gynogenesis - When sperm contact to the ova than ova is activated but pronuclei of sperm not fused to female pronuclei.

5.      Partial fertilization - In this type of fertilization pronuclei of sperm fertilized to a blastomere.

6.    Androgenesis - During fertilization process, pronuclei of ova if inactivated, during development process pronuclei of sperm participate.

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