BIO RECETATION - 12-4-07

BIO RECETATION - 12-4-07 - FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION in FERNS...

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BIOLOGY 220 – RECETATION 12/4/07 3. c. They cant adapt easily because asexual reproduction does not incorporate genetic diversity/ adaptations The seeds would have more variation, whereas rooting would replicate the plant 2. Asexual reproduction would incorporate the new genetic adaptation and would replicate in offspring. 3 a. The Sorus, gametophyte (gametes), spores, sporanzia b. Rhizome – ferns. Runners – strawberries. Stolon, tuber, and bulbs. c. Stable – asexual Unstable or varying/threatening environment – sexual ABSOLUTELY NEED WATER
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Unformatted text preview: FOR SEXUAL REPRODUCTION in FERNS o Drought like conditions (if present for an extended amount of time) can be considered a stable environment – plants would asexually reproduce. 4. Because you are small and have little surface area, photosynthesis is vital whereas more apparent plants are able to derive energy from other sources Asexual reproduction often happens when there are very little if any external, environmental stressors. • COULD WE GO OVER WHICH PARTS OF PLANTS AND WHICH PARTS OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION ARE HAPLOID/DIPLOID? •...
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