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Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Reproduction

What is asexual reproduction?

Asexual reproduction is the process where only one parent is needed to create offspring through budding, grafting, fission, binary fission, spore formation and fragmentation.  

How it happens?

Asexual reproduction occurs through one of the processes that are budding, grafting, fission, binary fission, spore formation or fragmentation. Any of those processes can occur but it depends of the circumstances that the organism is in.

What are the different types of asexual reproduction in plants and animals?

What are the benefits of asexual reproduction for plants and animals?

The benefits are that only one organism is needed to create offspring and this is good because finding a mate can be difficult for some organisms that are in desolate environments. Another benefit is if an organism is in a dire situation then it can clone another organism to pollinate if there no other pollinators.

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