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Ponies and Potato .

in _____ one parent organism produces offspring without meiosis and fertilization asexual reproduction
because the offspring of asexual reproduction inherit all their DNA from one parent , they are genetically ______ to each other and their parent identical
sea stars sea urchins sea cucumbers and planitarians can _____ through regeneration reproduce
cell division in prokaryotes is known as _______ fission
many animals can _____ damaged or lost body parts . this is not reproduction : _________ are not produced regenerate, new organisms
_______ is a form of asexual reproduction in which offspring grow from part of a parent plant vegetative reproduction
______ is a type of asexual reproduction developed by scientists and performed in labs . it produces ______ individuals from a cell ro from a cluster of cells taken from a multicellular organiskm . cloning , identical
because all of a clone's ______ come from one parent , the clone is a genetic copy of its parent . chromosomes
genetic change , called _____- can occure and then be passed to offspring ; this can eaffect the offsprings ability to survive genetic variation is important because it can give organisms a better chance of ______ if the environment changes
in all types of ______ one parent organism produces offspring without meiosis and fertilization asexual reproduction
when offspring inherit all of their DNA from one aprent, they are (?) genetically identical
many unicellular eukaryotes reproduce by dividing into two offspring thru mitosis and cell division this form of reproduction is knnown as (?) mitotic cell division
in (?) a new organism grows on the body of its parent by mitosis and cell division . budding
in animal (?)a new animal grow from one piece of its parent regeneration
a form of asesxual reproduction in which offspering grow from one part of a parent plant is called (?) vegetative reproduction
some plants can be cloned from just a few cells using the technique that take a (?) tissue culture
some animals can be lones using the (?) from a cell in one parent . nucleus
T/F ? meisosis and fertilization are not a part of asexual reproduction. true
T/F?a hydra grows a new hydra on its body using a form of asexual reproduction called budding. true
cloning produces identical inficualasls from a cell or cluster of cells taken from UNICELLULAR organisms false (from multicellular organisms)
T/F ?in all types in ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION offspring are produced by one parent organism. false (asexual reproduction)
T/F ?some animals can grow a new limn in a process called REGENERATION.
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