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In order to reproduce, female sex cells must be fertilized by ________. A. Sperm B. Androgens C. Testosterone D. All of the above

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D: In order to reproduce, female sex cells must be fertilized by Sperm, Androgens, and Testosterone.
The people who said A are right, here. Human fertilization is the union between a female sex cell (ovum) and a male sperm. Here's a wiki article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_fertilization
wiki isnt always true. you should never use wiki as a source
The wiki article wasn't for me. It was for you. I know wiki isn't always a reliable source. But in this case, it is very true. Here's a different article that tells us the same thing: http://library.med.utah.edu/kw/human_reprod/lectures/fertilization/#2 It's more of an outline, put together by Dr. Hatasaka, from the University of Utah College of Medicine. Oh, and I just wanted to let you know that I've found some pretty funny responses to questions on Yahoo! Answers. You might not want to try that, over Wikipedia.
i know myanswer is wrong now thankyou :D
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