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Can a "2n" egg and an "n" egg be differentiated? (Answer The questions below)?

Does an unfertilized egg hatch, cuz in this case the chick will have "n" no. of chromosomes?

Whn a hen lay an egg which is a zygote, it means that it has been fertilized in its body, but it is not necessary that a hen may lay eggs cuz of fertilization, it may lay an unfertilized egg too, isn't it?

Can we call an unfertilized egg a big cell (sex cell)?

Can a "2n" egg and an "n" egg be differentiated? If yes, then how? Just by naked eye or through a microscope?

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I do believe they can.

It occurs in mutation

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