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sexual reproduction reproduction in which the genetic material from two different cells combine producing an offspring
egg female sex cell
sperm male sex cell
fertilization egg cell and sperm cell combining
zygote new cell that forms after fertilization
Diploid cells cells that have pairs of chromosomes
homologous chromosomes chromosomes that have genes for the same traits arranged in the same order
haploid cells cells that only have one chromosome from each pair
meiosis one diploid cell divides and makes four haploid cells
asexual reproduction one parent organism produces a offspring without meiosis and fertilization
fission cell division in a prokaryotes that forms two genetically identical cells
budding a new organism grows by mitosis and cell division on the body of its parent
regeneration when an offspring grows from a peice of its parent
vegetative reproduction offspring grows from a part of a parent plant
cloning preformed in a laboratory that produces identical individuals from a cell or from a cluster of cells taken from a multicellular organism
Created by: garrettrobi