Talk:Human embryo

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If you are going to write something please make sure you are writing it correctly. Ova is singular. Ovum is plural. Spermatazoon is plural. Spermatazoa is a single sperm. One ova combines with one spermatazoa= an Embryo.

You got it backwards there Gasmonkey. Isn't the first stage of development the zygote? --Crackertalk 23:27, 15 March 2007 (EDT)

Sorry, youve got that one wrong. I do appreciate the help with the other spelling errors,but you have it backwards. I have reverted it to the correct form. Please check your dictionary and make a note of it.

I did that's why I changed it. --Crackertalk 23:30, 15 March 2007 (EDT)
Which is the plural: Bacteria or bacterium? Same thing.

Sorry cracker, i wasn't talking to you. I was referring to the inane spelling error by pseudointellectual monkey boy who doesnt know plurae from a sinular.

bacterium in singular, bacteria is plural...please dont guess, check your dictionary.


Oh okay...Please sign your posts with the second to the last button on the right above or simply four tildas ~~~~ --Crackertalk 23:36, 15 March 2007 (EDT)

Thanks Cracker, and if you can find a way to get zygote in there and keep it simple, that would be great. Since it's so hard to get this topic here in the first place i kept it simple. Im also having trouble with the spelling idiot. --Palmd001

Hey Gasmonkey Try this, I keep it opened in another tab on my Firefox Merriam Webster.com

Tonynigel, thanks for the edit. Your version is signifcantly more accurate. The only reason I stated it the original way is because the apparently infinitely wise ASchalfly has a stroke whenever he sees the word sex. My version was understandable as an old-fasioned synonym for intercourse, but I do prefer yours.

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