Why can't more than one sperm cell fertilize one ovum?

by Bivek Dahal
(Kathmandu)

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student at University of Rwanda college of education
by: cleophas Ahishakiye

Released sperm move at different speed, one with high speed once reaches the ovum it loosely attaches with it and induces the egg wall to no longer be penetrated.

Reaction
by: Dr. Sheela devi

Because of the local reaction.There is a change in the membrane charges and permeability after on sperm entry leads to repel the rest of the sperm.

BIO IS COOL
by: yashika

WHEN A SPERM FUSES WITH AN OVA,NO OTHER SPERMS ARE ALLOWED TO FUSE WITH OVA BECAUSE OF THE PRODUCTION OF A CHEMICAL CALLED SPERM LYSIN.

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