Fertilization - Fertilization, Birth Control reproduction -...

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Fertilization, Birth Control reproduction - sexual/asexual sexual reproduction - used by most animals o union of gametes (sperm/ova) >> zygote asexual reproduction - used by protests, cnidarians, tunicates, and others o produces genetically identical cells through mitosis o fission - organism divides into 2 identical organisms o budding - part of body separates, becomes new organism parthenogenesis - form of asexual reproduction in arthropods o females produce offspring from unfertilized eggs hermaphroditism - organism has both testes/ovaries o able to fertilize itself o sequential hermaphroditism - ability to change sex sex determination - environment or DNA determines sex o all mammals will develop into females w/o the SRY gene fertilization - evolved in the water external fertilization - sperm/ova unite outside of the organisms o must be synchronized or else gametes disperse internal fertilization - evolved due to drying on land o male gametes introduced into female reproductive tract
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