AsexualRepr WS - Look through chapter 6 in your textbook...

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Asexual Reproduction Questions 1. Define asexual reproduction. 2. a) When an organism reproduces asexually, where does its genetic information come from? The chromosomes which carry the parent organisms genetic information. b) How will the new organism compare to the parent, genetically? They will be identical because they have the same exact genes. 3. Can humans reproduce asexually? Explain. Identifying Methods of Reproduction The following organisms reproduce asexually. Identify the method of asexual reproduction used by each organism.
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Unformatted text preview: Look through chapter 6 in your textbook for help! 1. Paramecia Binary fission 2. Starfish Budding 3. Seedless grapes Sporulation 4. Amoebae Sporulation 5. Potatoes Budding 6. Garlic Binary fission 7. Strawberries Budding 8. Bread mold Budding 9. Yeast Budding 10. Spider plants Sporulation 11. E-coli Fragmentation 12. Tulips Parthenogenesis 13. Cactus Budding 14. Planarian (flatworm) Fragmentation 15. Hydra Sporulation 16. Algae Parthenogenesis 17. Fungi Binary fission...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course SCI 101 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Arizona Western College.

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