Ch. 14 - Inheritance - Asexual Reproductio n vs . Sexual...

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extremely low genetic diversity greater genetic diversity vs. Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction Crossing-over and independent assortment generate genetic diversity during sexual reproduction.
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Why does sexual reproduction exist? Cons: Need two individuals Hard to find mate Diseases/Competition Pros: Genetic diversity or Replace damage DNA
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Haploid dominant (algae) CB 29.8 and .12 Diploid dominant (fern)
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Why does sexual reproduction exist? Cons: Need two individuals Hard to find mate Diseases/Competition Pros: Genetic diversity or Replace damage DNA
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Does a stressful environment lead to sexual reproduction?
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extremely low genetic diversity greater genetic diversity vs. Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction
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CB 26.20 Environmental changes occur slowly
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extremely low genetic diversity greater genetic diversity vs. Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction
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creates genetic diversity by combining DNA from 2 individuals, but also by creating genetically unique gametes. {Producing more cells}
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Ch. 14 - Inheritance - Asexual Reproductio n vs . Sexual...

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