[ sˈɛks sˈɛl], [ sˈɛks sˈɛl], [ s_ˈɛ_k_s s_ˈɛ_l]
Related words: sexual differentiation, sex chromosome differentiation, igs fas ligand, sex cell development, sex cell differentiation in plants, sex cell determination, sexual differentiation in mammals
How to use "Sex cell" in context?
When we think about sex, one of the first things that comes to mind is the reproductive system. But what about the other side of the equation? What about all the other stuff that goes on in between the sheets?
The penis and the vagina are clearly critical for reproduction, but what about other people in between? That's where sex cells come in.
Sex cells are the little engines that power sex. They're the cells that help sperm get to the egg and vice versa. And they're vitally important for both men and women.
For women, sex cells help make eggs.
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