Indicate Whether the Following Statements Are True (T) Or False (F). Each Sperm is a Single Cell. ( ) - Science

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True or False

Indicate whether the following statement is True (T) or False (F).

Each sperm is a single cell. ( )

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  • Ture

  • False

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Each sperm is a single cell. (T)

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Chapter 9: Reproduction in Animals - Exercises [Page 110]

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NCERT Science Class 8
Chapter 9 Reproduction in Animals
Exercises | Q 4.2 | Page 110

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