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C, The pronuclei ilre fusing. D, The zygote hils formed; it contilins 46 chromosomes, the diploid number. • e • e lysis of the zona pellucida, thereby forming a path for the sperm to follow to the oocyte. Once the sperm penetrates the zona pellucida, a zona reaction occurs, changing the physical properties of the zona pellucida and making it impermeable to other sperms. Fusion of the plasma cell membranes of the oocyte and sperm. The cell membranes break down at the area of fusion. The head and tail of the sperm then enter the cytoplasm of the oocyte, but the plasma membrane of the sperm remains behind (see Figs.