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SCI 106 Reproduction OK - Accompanied by the re-growth of...

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Budding Splitting off new individuals from existing ones Offspring are exact genetic copies of parents HYDRA
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Fission One individual separates into two of equal size Offspring are exact genetic copies of parent Bacteria and Eukaryotic Cells
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Bacterial Cell Division 5
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Fragmentation and Regeneration Breaking of parent body into several pieces
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Unformatted text preview: Accompanied by the re-growth of body parts from the pieces Sea stars Planaria Regenerating Starfish 1C Sexual Reproduction Human Life Cycle 1E 2A-1 Rotifer Hermaphroditism Each individual has both male and female reproductive systems Usually mating must occur Every individual encountered is a potential mate 2A Earth Worm...
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