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mMR HORROR
27 Points
3 years ago

Reproduction is a marvelous culmination of individual transcendence. Individual organisms come and go, but, to a certain extent, organisms "transcend" time by reproducing offspring. In a nutshell, reproduction is the creation of a new individual or individuals from previously existing individuals. In animals, this can occur in two primary ways: through asexual reproduction and through ‘

In asexual reproduction, one individual produces offspring that are genetically identical to itself. These offspring are produced by . There are many invertebrates, including  and sea anemones for example, that produce by asexual reproduction. Common forms of asexual reproduction include:

Budding

  • In this form of asexual reproduction, an offspring grows out of the body of the parent.
  • Hydras exhibit this type of reproduction.

Gemmules (Internal Buds)

  • In this form of asexual reproduction, a parent releases a specialized mass of cells that can develop into offspring.
  • Sponges exhibit this type of reproduction.

Fragmentation

  • In this type of reproduction, the body of the parent breaks into distinct pieces, each of which can produce an offspring.
  • Planarians exhibit this type of reproduction.

Regeneration

  • In regeneration, if a piece of a parent is detached, it can grow and develop into a completely new individual.
  • Echinoderms exhibit this type of reproduction.

Binary Fission

  • In, unicellular protists replicate by producing two identical 
  • Paramecia and other protozoans including  are examples of protist organisms that reproduce by binary fission.

Parthenogenesis

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janga vidya charan reddy
51 Points
3 years ago
Asexual reproduction is most commonly a characteristic feature of plants rather than animals.Where stem is the most asexually reproducing part.
 

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