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Mitosis 1 Fergy

1st set of vocab

DNA Deoxyribonucleic Acid - contains info that determines the traits of a living thing.
Sexual reproduction 2 parents contribute a sex cell to a new organism
Fertilization when sperm and egg join together
Asexual reproduction 1 organism produces a new organism that is identical to itself.
Binary fission a form of asexual reproduction where the parent splits into 2. Cells are identical
Budding An organism develops tiny buds on its body which grow into a genetically identical offspring
Spores specialized cells that can survive harsh conditions
Vegetative reproduction new plants are grown from stems, roots or leaves.
Mitosis part of the cell cycle during which the cell's nucleus divides. Only asexual
Meiosis type of cell division that produces sex cells
Haploid half the number of chromosomes
Diploid 2 complete sets of chromosomes
Created by: Mrsfergy