Significance of fertilization, Biology

SIGNIFICANCE OF FERTILIZATION -

1.      In fertilization process number of chromosome are diploid in zygote.

2.      During fertilization male & female chromosomes are combined and crossing over take place, so that different characters offspring develop.

3.      In fertilization genetic variation develop, so it is essential for evolution.

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