Basic Processes - Fish are reproduced in the process of...

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Basic Processes How do the following organisms reproduce? 1. Bacteria 2. Grasshoppers 3. Fish 4. Bear Bacteria reproduce by binary fission with prokaryotic cell and mitosis. Some bacteria can divide into two organisms. Even the ones that do not separate right away will have the capability of become independent. Grasshoppers lay eggs to reproduce. The egg will contain a small amount of yoke to help nourish the embryo. The egg shell has a terminal pore that lets the sperm into the egg to fertilize it. When the fertilization processes takes place, it is done in the female and in order for the sperm to get in the female it must be injected in.
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Unformatted text preview: Fish are reproduced in the process of laying eggs. Not all fish eggs have a yoke, and there is a gelatinous coat that lets the sperm and nutrients in and out. With a fresh water fish, the female will lay the eggs in a group and the male fish will swim over them and release sperm to fertilize them. The eggs are left there till the fish hatch. Bear reproduce like humans do, sexually. A male and female will have intercourse and the male will produce sperm and fertilize the egg. The egg will turn into an embryo and the female will carry the egg until it is fully developed when the female will give birth....
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course SCI 230 taught by Professor Ratanya during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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