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Flowers, Meiosis,

science test for tomorrow

What are advantages & disadvantages of asexual reproduction Advantages: doesn't require a mate Disadvantages: lack of genetic variation, genetic mutations
What are the advantages & disadvantages of sexual reproduction Advantages: genetic variation, selective breeding Disadvantages: fusing egg and sperm together, time needed to for organisms to grow and develop
When does crossing-over occur? meiosis I
What does meiosis result to? Where does it occur? Results in the formation of haploid cells (eggs & sperm) only occurs in reproductive organs.
how many haploid cells are produced by meiosis? 4 haploid cells
Parts of the flower... anther, filament} staMEN (male); stigma,style,ovary} Pistil (female); petals, ovules, ovary, stigma, sepals
How do flowering plants reproduce? 1. pollination 2. dispersal of seeds
what are the five steps of asexual reproduction? budding, fission, plant cuttings, animal regeneration, mitosis
what are the stages of development for an organism that goes through metamorphosis? egg, larva, pupa, and adult
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