Subject: Why quite so many sperm (humans), are they in competition with each other?
Date: Tue Sep 19 15:34:56 2006
Posted by Pete
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: Bradford College
City: Bradford State/Province: West Yorkshire
Area of science: General Biology
What is the reason for the vast number of sperm produced, is it similar,
relative to size in all animals, could they be said to be in competition with
each other and could different sperm 'create' slightly different people?
Re: Why quite so many sperm (humans), are they in competition with each other?
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