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This was not true in the sperm cells, where one chromosome pair, in each cell,
was unmatched. One of the chromosomes in this odd pair was noticeably smaller
than its partner. Researchers were not slow to seize upon this "discrepancy" as ...
On its way down the tube, the egg sheds some of its shimmering "corona radiata,"
that surrounding halo comprised of clinging nurse cells. It begins to "undress," in
effect, hoping for a rendezvous with a sperm cell somewhere in the tube.
ward streaming of ovarian and other fluids, and the ciliary beating of hairlike cells
that line the walls of the tubes — that helps ... The hero — the sperm cell — has to
get to the safety of the egg while fighting raging currents and acids, traversing ...
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