how many sperm are needed to fertilize one ovule?

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    LOL dude chill relax.

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  • 9 months ago

    Sperm are animal cells that fertilize female animal cells called ova. Ovules are plant cells, so sperm don't fertilize them.

    Source(s): Biologist
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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    A bunch of them give everything to break through the protective coating so the one lucky sperm cell can combine its chromosomes with the eggs' chromosomes.

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    three one to penetrate the ovum and two to push him in

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  • Robin
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    ONE ............................................

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  • 9 months ago

    one...................................

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  • zeno
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    One. But it must be a strong one who never

    Gives up. Lots of sperm just get lost of run

    Out of energy trying to get in the egg.

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  • Brian
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    Home school biology just recommends abstinence, huh?

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  • 9 months ago

    Only one little swimmer!. But.... Sperm need to grow strength like everything else.

    So if you've emptied you're load too often, sometimes none of them have grown the strength to swim all that way.

    A little fact I learnt when I was trying for a child 😂

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    It only takes one to get through. But out of millions of them only one of them survives to get there!

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