How are sperm cells specialized to carry out their functions in penetration and fertilization of an egg? Explain with the help of a diagram.

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  1. Cannot diagram on these posts.
    From Google:
    The head of the sperm contains the DNA, which when combined with the egg's DNA, will create a new individual. The tip of the sperm head is the portion called the acrosome, which enables the sperm to penetrate the egg. The midpiece contains the mitochondria which supplies the energy the tail needs to move.

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