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What is a primary difference between sperm and egg production?
Oogenesis results in four viable ova which are larger than sperm.
Spermatogenesis results in four, equal-sized, viable spermatids.
Production of oocytes starts at puberty but spermatid production begins at birth.
The chromosome number of sperm cells is haploid while the egg cell is diploid.