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Genetics Part 2

Unit 1 - Part 2

TermDefinition
Asexual Reproduction Reproduction that involves 1 parent and creates identical offspring
Egg and Sperm Female and male sex cells
Fertilization Joining of the egg and sperm
Selective Breeding Mating 2 organisms with the goal of creating desirable (wanted) traits
Sexual Reproduction Reproduction in which 2 sex cells form a zygote. Creates genetically different offspring
Zygote A fertilized egg
Cell Division The process that cells go through to make more cells. One cell splits into two.
Daughter Cells The cells that are formed after cell division has taken place (One cell splits into two to form two new daughter cells)
Reproduction The process of making new life (offspring)
Species A group of organisms that share similar characteristics and can reproduce among themselves
Diversity Difference or variety
Multicellular Made up of many cells
Embryo A growing and developing offspring created from sexual reproduction
Germinate The process of a seed developing into a plant
Unicellular Made up of only 1 cell
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