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Asexual Q&A

For a 7th grade biology test.

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What are the six types of Asexual Reproduction? 1) Binary Fission 2) Budding 3) Spore Formation 4) Fragmentation 5) Regeneration 6) Vegetation Reproduction
What is Binary Fission? One parent cell splits into two daughter cells.
What are two examples of Binary Fission? Euglena and Bacteria
What is Budding? A parent cell makes a bud, and when that bud drops it turns into a new individual
What are two examples of Budding? Yeast and Coral
What is Spore Formation? Reproduces by forming spores the right conditions. The spore forms into a new individual
What is Fragmentation? Organisms with filamentous body, break into 2+ fragments. The fragments turn into a new individual.
What are two examples of Spore Formation? Fern and Fungi
What are two examples of Fragmentation? Starfish and Molds
What is Regeneration? a body (doesn't mean human) breaks up into one or more parts and each part turns into a new individual.
What are two examples of Regeneration? Planaria and Hydra
What is Vegetative Reproduction? Things produce new individuals by vegetative part of the plant
What are two examples of Vegetative Reproduction? Ginger and Strawberry
Created by: SamWynhoff