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Asexual Reproduction

Types of Asexual Reproduction

TermDefinition
Asexual Reproduction a type of reproduction in which one parent organism produces offspring without meiosis and fertilization.
fission cell division that forms two genetically identical cells
budding the process during which a new organism grows by mitosis and cell division on the body of its parent.
regeneration a type of asexual reproduction that occurs when an offspring grows from a piece of its parent.
vegetative reproduction a form of asexual reproduction in which offspring grow from a part of a parent plant.
cloning a type of asexual reproduction performed in a laboratory that produces identical individuals from a cell or a cluster of cells taken from a multicellular organism.
mitotic cell division an organism forms two offspring through mitosis and cell division
stolons long horizontal stems
tissue culture the process of growing living tissue in a laboratory
meristem a part of a plant where cloning is rapidly undergoing mitosis and cell division
plant cloning a process by which disease in the plant are removed by the meristem
animal cloning all of a clones chromosomes come from one parent, the clone is a genetic copy of its parent
mutations genetic changes
bud offspring
coli common bacterium