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Genetics and Reproduction

If an organism undergoes binary fission is the genetic material the same or different from the parent? It would be the same because it is asexual reproduction
Budding is which type of reproduction? Asexual
What is heredity? The passing down of traits
Where does an organism get its genetic instructions? The parent(s)
What are the differences between learned and inherited behaviors? Learned- Taught, usually by parents Inherited- Sleeping, can do by yourself
What are 3 disadvantages in asexual reproduction? 1) All the same 2) One can wipe out entire population 3) very quick/ unstoppable
In sexual reproduction, how many genes does an offspring receive for each trait? 2- one from mom and one from dad
What are some advantages to sexual reproduction? 1) No two offspring are the same 2) Takes longer
How does an organism produce diverse offspring? Sexual reproduction
Name and describe the different types of asexual reproduction- Budding- A plant just reproduces without sexual reproduction Fission- Combining two eggs to create identical offspring
What are some scenarios that require asexual reproduction? Plants creating identical offspring to keep away bugs or something
Created by: alyssap2319