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Reproduction Meiosis

Reproduction and Meiosis Quiz

TermDefinition
binary fission type of asexual reproduction; process by which one cell copies its DNA and forms two identical cells
budding type of asexual reproduction; a new organism grows from the existing organism
regeneration type of asexual reproduction; an organism can repair a damaged body part or regrow a limb
asexual reproduction one parent cell produces offspring that are identical to the parent cell requires less time and energy
internal fertilization type of sexual reproduction; sperm & egg combine inside of the female organism
external fertilization type of sexual reproduction; sperm & egg combine outside of the organism in an aquatic environment (water)
sexual reproduction two parent cells produces offspring that are unique requires more time and energy
meiosis Process that produces four unique reproductive cells or gametes each with half the number of chromosomes
haploid a cell that contains half the number of chromosomes
diploid a cell that contains a complete set of chromosomes
Fish use this type of reproduction: External Fertilization
Frogs use this type of reproduction: External Fertilization
Starfish use this type of reproduction: Regeneration
Planaria use this type of reproduction: Regeneration
Bacteria use this type of reproduction: Binary Fission
Hydra use this type of reproduction: Budding
Poplar Trees use this type of reproduction: Budding
Humans use this type of reproduction: Internal Fertilization
Lions use this type of reproduction: Internal Fertilization
If a haploid cell has 12 chromosomes how many chromosomes are in the diploid cells? 24
If a diploid cell has 50 chromosomes how many chromosomes are in the haploid cells? 25
Created by: nkirvin