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Reproduction Dozier

Reproduction

TermDefinition
Sexual Reproduction Reproduction that requires two parents. Offspring have different characteristics than the parents.
Asexual Reproduction Reproduction that only requires one parent. Offspring are identical copies of the parent.
Roots and Tubers An example of asexual reproduction. Plants that grow new plants from the roots. Ex. Potato
Bulbs An example of asexual reproduction. Split off and form new bulbs that grow into new plants.
Vegetative Propagation An example of asexual reproduction. The plant produces a runner that grows along the ground and sprouts into a new plant.
Angiosperm A flowering plant. Example of sexual reproduction. Have flowers and reproduce through pollination. SEEDS
Gymnosperm Nonflowering plant. Example of sexual reproduction. Have cones and reproduce through pollination. SEEDS
Budding The way yeast can reproduce asexually. The yeast cell can form an identical cell.
Spores The way fungi reproduce asexually. They are dispersed through the wind.
Seed The direct result of sexual reproduction in flowering plants.
Cutting A plant can grow into a new plant from a piece cut from the parent plant.
Fruiting Bodies Where spores are created in fungi.
Created by: bdozier