• Notes of Biology
    . | |4. |Most animals reproduce sexually. Both sexual and asexual modes |Asexual modes of reproduction are common in organisms having| | |of reproduction are found in plants. |simple organizations such as algae and fungi. | |5...
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  • Ghjk
     (Penicillium), buds (Hydra) and gemmules(sponge). You have learnt about vegetative reproduction in plants in Class XI. What do you think – Is vegetative reproduction also a type of asexual reproduction? Why do you say so? Is the term clone applicable to the offspring formed by vegetative reproduction...
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  • Green Algae
    , red algae, and brown algae. The microscopic structure of the flagellated reproductive cells in some green algae resembles that of a plant sperm. The reproduction of algae can be discussed by two types, asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction. The asexual type refers to reproduction, which is...
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  • Swot Analysis on Apple
    on which the molds grow, the mode of nutrition is said to be parasitic. 7.0 Reproduction of *Mold*s: Molds have 3 kinds of reproduction process. These are Vegetative Sexual And Asexual 7.01 Vegetative: Vegetative reproduction is formed by “fragmentation” 7.02 Asexual...
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  • Grade 11 Biology Exam Review
    classify/ identify similar living things using morphological differences | Cocci | A micro-organism whose overall morphology is sphere | Plasmid | A circular molecule of DNA that is commonly found in bacteria | Gametophyte | A haploid plant in sporic reproduction that produces gametes by mitosis...
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  • Reproduction Objectives
    . The chromosome/DNA hold the traits  2. Distinguish between asexual and sexual reproduction. Asexual – Mitosis, one parent, passes on copy of genes. Duplicates Sexual – 2 parents give rise to offspring that have unique combinations of genes inherited from the two parents. Offspring vary genetically...
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  • Cell
    resulting from sexual reproduction differ in one major way. What is the difference? 2. Sketch and describe the three steps of binary fission. Fill in the chart below to highlight the advantage and disadvantages of asexual reproduction. Advantages | Disadvantages | 3. | | 4. | | 5...
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  • Conditions in which parthenogenesis reproduction in vertebrates is beneficial
    of the field that can be researched. Facultative parthenogenesis is a form of reproduction in which species switch from sexual to asexual reproduction. This mechanism is still not fully understood, and determining how species can switch methods and what specific factors induce the switch could be...
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  • Puruse
    tropisms. 65. What is transpiration and how does it affect photosynthesis? 66. What are the functions of the following plant parts: roots, stem, leaves, xylem, phloem? 67. Explain the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction...
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  • Cell
    SparkNotes on Cell Reproduction. Some organisms, such as bacteria and single-celled organisms, use only mitosis for cell reproduction. The difference between mitosis and meiosis can also be thought of as the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction. Humans obviously reproduce sexually, but this...
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  • Ecology Notes
    strands; not circular like prokaryotes) * Some use sexual reproduction using the processes meiosis (1 diploid to 4 haploid) and mitosis (I diploid to 2 diploid) Kingdom Protista * First “simple” eukaryotes (not plants, animals or fungi) * Most diverse of all eukaryotes and not easily...
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  • what is sex
    repairing DNA damages induced by environmental stresses, was maintained through the prokaryote/eukaryote boundary, and continued to evolve in higher multicellular eukaryotes, in part, as a DNA repair process. What is considered defining of sexual reproduction in eukaryotes is the difference between...
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  • Campbell Biology Chapter
    , without the participation of sperm and egg, is called A) regeneration. B) sexual reproduction. C) spontaneous generation. D) asexual reproduction. 2) Which of the following statements regarding sexual and asexual reproduction is true? A) Only offspring from asexual reproduction inherit traits from two...
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  • Exam Science
    .___________, algae are used to remove pollutants from wastewaters. Also, an effective 49._____________, algae are used to capture carbon dioxide emissions from industrial plants. 50. New mushrooms grow from the _________________. 51-52 What is the difference between asexual and sexual reproduction...
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  • Biological Diversity Notes
    individuals (i.e., bulbs from daffodils, runners in strawberries) * Sexual reproduction- reproduction involving two individuals (most animal and plant species reproduce via sexual reproduction) * The offspring produced via sexual reproduction show characteristics of both parents * Sexual...
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  • Biology Reproduction Research Assignment
    Reproduction Research Assignment Sac 5 PART 1 : Asexual vs. Sexual Reproduction [ 4 marks ] - Discuss the differences between, and the advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction : SEXUAL REPRODUCTION Sexual Reproduction is the formation of a new organism from two...
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  • Queen B
    the prokaryote/eukaryote boundary, and continued to evolve in higher multicellular eukaryotes, in part, as a DNA repair process. What is considered defining of sexual reproduction in eukaryotes is the difference between the gametes and the binary nature of fertilization. Multiplicity of gamete...
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  • Biology
    difference between sexual and asexual reproduction? Sexual reproduction involves the joining of two specialized cells called gametes, one from two parents. Asexual reproduction is the creation of offspring from a single parent and does not involve the joining of gametes. 2) Is binary fission...
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  • History of Sex
    induced by environmental stresses, was maintained through the prokaryote/eukaryote boundary, and continued to evolve in higher multicellular eukaryotes, in part, as a DNA repair process. What is considered defining of sexual reproduction in eukaryotes is the difference between the gametes and the...
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  • Microbiology
    Extreme thermophiles: live in extreme temps (hot springs) Types of Microorgs: Fungi Eukaryotes: have a distinct nucleus containing genetic material Unicellular (yeasts) or multicellular (mushrooms) Cell wall of chitin Asexual and sexual reproduction Molds: the most typical fungus: form visible...
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