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How are male gametes formed?

Question asked by: knowitall

Ah, a biology homework question here!

Male gametes are formed as a result of the generative cell dividing into two.

Once created the gametes stay close together; note however that they are complete cells once they are formed.

Hope this helps with your homework on gametes and sexual reproduction!

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