Describe the life of a sperm and the life of an egg from start to finish

Describe the life of a sperm and the life of an egg from start to finish

Describe the life of a sperm and the life of an egg from start to finish

Describe the life of a sperm and the life of an egg from start to finish in a 700- to 1,050-word story based on this week’s reading and formatted consistent with APA guidelines. Cover the following points in your story:

  • Trace the movements of the sperm and the egg from their development to fertilization.
  • Describe the function of each of the male and female internal and external sex organs in relation to the sperm and the egg.
  • Describe the role of the sex organs in fertilization.
  • Be creative. Consider giving the sperm and egg personalities as you describe their traveling adventures.

 

 

The paper, including the title page, reference page, tables, and appendices, follow APA guidelines for format. Include:

 

Title page

 

Reference page with proper citations

 

Page headers (title on the top left and page number on the top right of each page)

Citations of original works within the body of the paper follow APA guidelines.
The paper is laid out with effective use of headings, font styles, and white space.
Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed.
Spelling is correct.

 

 

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