Sir we call unicellular organisms as immortal because asexual reproduction is occurring and same genetic material is passed on to offspring but why don't we say plants as immortal because in them also asexual reproduction occurs that is no fusion of gametes eg. Grafting, from stem tubers , etc ?
Sir it is said that males are responsible for the sex of the baby in humans . My question is that when during insemination large amount of sperm is inseminated to female body , do do all the sperm in semen at that time contain same type of chromose ??or both X or Y are present ?? And if the answer is both x and y than my question is if both are present and we know that there is large amount of sperm in semen out of which only 1 reaches ti ovum and fertilise it which contain either x or y and that is not under control of anyone that out of million only a particular make ovum fertilise so is it correct to say that men is responsible or the statement should be that a baby should be either a girl or a boy and no male or female is responsible it is just by chance that what kind of sperm is fertilising it .