Question 1 Report
In which of the following groups of vertebrates would the largest amount of yolk be found in the egg?
The largest amount of yolk is found in the eggs of reptiles. This is because reptiles are oviparous, which means that their young develop in eggs outside of the mother's body. The large amount of yolk in the egg provides the developing embryo with the nutrients it needs to grow and develop until it is ready to hatch. Mammals, fish, and amphibians have different reproductive strategies, and their eggs do not contain as much yolk as reptiles.