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N4 Unit 2

Key areas 1 & 2

Sexual reproduction involves how many parents? Two
Does asexual reproduction result in variation? No
What is the scientific word for off-spring being identical to one another and the parent? Clones
What are the two different types of reproduction? sexual and asexual
Which type of reproduction is faster Asexual
Which type of reproduction results in clones Asexual
Which type of reproduction results in variation in off-spring? Sexual
Which type of reproduction involves only one parent? Asexual
Why is reproduction important to species? Stops them becoming extinct
Why do organisms produce more off-spring than the environment can support? Because many will die
Why is variation important in sexual reproduction? It allows species to adapt to changing environmental conditions
What is germination? When seeds start to grow
What do seeds need to germinate? Water, Oxygen, Warmth (WOW)
Name 3 methods of natural asexual reproduction in plants. Runners, Tubers, Bulbs
Give an example of a plant that reproduces using Bulbs Onion, daffodil, tulip, garlic
Give an example of a plant that reproduces using Runners Spider plant
Give an example of a plant that reproduced using Tubers Potato
Name 3 methods of artificial asexual reproduction in plants. Grafting, cutting, layering
Created by: nscobie
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