More complex organisms engage in a type of reproduction called sexual reproduction

More complex organisms engage in a type of reproduction called sexual reproduction

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More complex organisms engage in a type of reproduction called  sexual reproduction,  in which two parents contribute to the formation  of a new individual.  During this process, a new combination of traits can be produced.  The process is generally more complex than asexual reproduction, 
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Unformatted text preview: requiring that parents find one another, then (usually) care for their offspring before it can live independently. Nonliving things have no such ability or requirements....
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