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    • #12987
      hashemyemen
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      If we take an egg from a female mouse, and two different sperms,one from male mouse and the other from male rabbit. And we perform an in vitro fertilization, and return the fertilized egg into the uterus female mouse… Question is:

      Which organism will be produced and Why??

      😀

    • #98499
      mith
      Participant

      none, it’ll be a miscarriage or an unsuccessful fertilization.

    • #98507
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote mith:

      none, it’ll be a miscarriage or an unsuccessful fertilization.

      Great answer, You are right…

      But, it is the time for you to show the reason as well.. 😀

    • #98523
      jwalin
      Participant

      dont know why??? 😡 👿
      but is it because of the diagram shown … the two sperm cells that got into the cell…

    • #98526
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote jwalin:

      dont know why??? 😡 👿
      but is it because of the diagram shown … the two sperm cells that got into the cell…

      Yes, but there are other reasons than that, if you can’t mention them, then I will tell you about them. 🙂

    • #98528
      JackBean
      Participant

      tell us, you wise biologist

    • #98533
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote JackBean:

      tell us, you wise biologist

      Mr JackBean, I like your comments, but I’m not a wise biologist

      hmmmmmm, let me explain to you,,,,,

      it’ll be a miscarriage or an unsuccessful fertilization due to several reasons:

      The sperm adapted only and only with the egg from the same species which it’s belong from i.e that sperm from Rabbit can never fertilize an egg of the mouse because they not from the same species…

      Deeper, both sperms will compete each other inside the egg, and everyone of them will use its enzymotic activity to delete the other one, as large number of enzymes will be released inside the egg, it will be destroyed then and fertilization will be failed…..

    • #98537
      JackBean
      Participant

      by in vitro fertilization you mean mix of sperms and egg or microinjection?

    • #98540
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote JackBean:

      by in vitro fertilization you mean mix of sperms and egg or microinjection?

      OF course, mix of sperms and egg not microinjection…

    • #98544
      JackBean
      Participant

      Than you should get mouse, because rabbit sperms won’t be able to fertilize the egg

    • #98555
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote JackBean:

      Than you should get mouse, because rabbit sperms won’t be able to fertilize the egg

      No, you will not get any mouse, as I told you there will be an enzymatic fighting b/t both of the sperms, and that will damage the egg preventing it to produce anything

    • #98563
      jwalin
      Participant

      i dont know?
      if that’s right….

      for that doesnt that happen whenever any feertilisation takes place… be it in the body or in any other in vitro. the egg doesnt get damaged… although the enzymatic fighting is going on

    • #98567
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote jwalin:

      i dont know?
      if that’s right….

      for that doesnt that happen whenever any feertilisation takes place… be it in the body or in any other in vitro. the egg doesnt get damaged… although the enzymatic fighting is going on

      Look, when only a single sperm is present, it will be the one and only whom will use its enzymatic activity, and that will not damage the egg, in additional to that, when we inject two sperms from different species will not suit the egg as their enzymatic activities are not the same, and each will try to utilize its enzymatic activity to be the one who will fertilize the egg, and due to this large number of enzymes which will be released by both of them, the egg will get damaged……

      Keep in mind that, this enzymotic fighting is not regulated in both sperms… 😉

    • #98569
      JackBean
      Participant

      you said, that you’re not injecting it 🙄

    • #98577
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote JackBean:

      you said, that you’re not injecting it 🙄


      I think you are talking about the procedure of the two sperms and one egg !! 🙄

      ohh my god, 😥 that was just a question , I did not meant that I had done it before…

    • #98580
      JackBean
      Participant

      Yes, I did and you said:

      quote hashemyemen:

      quote JackBean:

      by in vitro fertilization you mean mix of sperms and egg or microinjection?

      OF course, mix of sperms and egg not microinjection…

    • #98582
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote JackBean:

      Yes, I did and you said:

      quote hashemyemen:

      quote JackBean:

      by in vitro fertilization you mean mix of sperms and egg or microinjection?

      OF course, mix of sperms and egg not microinjection…

      😆
      If I bring i kid, and let him read this sentence, he will tell you that " This sentence is not showing direct involvement of the speaker in participation in the work", So that was only an answer for your enquiry….

    • #98589
      JackBean
      Participant

      ???

      OK, let you think, what you actually mean and than come back and discuss, OK?

    • #98591
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote JackBean:

      ???

      OK, let you think, what you actually mean and than come back and discuss, OK?

      Dear JackBean,

      It is the time to open new topic and discuss in it… 😀

      We should close this topic and create another topic better than this…. 😀

      Accept my regards

    • #98593
      JackBean
      Participant

      I don’t know why. It is still about YOUR question for intelligent biologists

    • #98599
      vet0lover
      Participant

      well I’ve a small comment as I’m not experienced But
      zygot = 2n
      1n frm sperm & 1n from ova

      sooooooooo
      n from rabbit will never = n from mouse
      so they cnt complete each other to form 2n needed for fertilization
      that’s why different species couldn’t fertilize each other
      But some could as horse & donkey gives mule
      different families couldn’t fertilize each other but different species from samr family could

      so what’s ur opinion???

    • #98603
      hashemyemen
      Participant
      quote vet0lover:

      well I’ve a small comment as I’m not experienced But
      zygot = 2n
      1n frm sperm & 1n from ova

      sooooooooo
      n from rabbit will never = n from mouse
      so they cnt complete each other to form 2n needed for fertilization
      that’s why different species couldn’t fertilize each other
      But some could as horse & donkey gives mule
      different families couldn’t fertilize each other but different species from samr family could

      so what’s ur opinion???


      intelligent man,

      You are also right…

      Look, If we bring two sperms one from a dog, and the other from a wolf, and inserted both sperms into an egg of a dog female or wolf female, of course there will fertilization and one sperm only of both will fertilize the egg…. That’s actually because they are both from the same family.. 😀

    • #98796
      ChinnRod
      Participant

      Let me explain it!It is not that difficult!They have different number ofChromosomes
      Even the sperms are able to get into the egg by means of injection,the cell core of the
      sperms are not able to combine with cell core of the egg.
      As we all know,a normal cell has a pair of same Chromosomes.Were they different,how
      could they be able to do cell division?

    • #98799
      jwalin
      Participant

      @vet0lover and @chinn rod
      ohk thats one consideration but what if the same specie’s sex cells get fertilised instead of those from the other species…
      so there are chances of having a fertiliasation that can lead to either the same speicies as thhe mother or it failing
      but the answer says it just fails
      i want a reason for that… for i fail to understand it…

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