Reproduction Chapter 29 - Reproduction Chapter 29 Asexual...

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Reproduction Chapter 29 Asexual – involves 1 individual Binary Fission – longitudinal or transverse Multiple Fission – orderly division Fragmentation – random division Autontomy – self-amputation Budding – external/internal Polyembryony – division of fertilized egg into clones Larval Amplification – larval stages divide and multiply Parthenogenesis – offspring from unfertilized eggs Sexual – involves minimally 2 reproductive systems Hologamy – fusion of two complete individuals Conjugation – temporary fusion channel Autogamy – self fertilization Syngamy – fusion of gametes Hermaphorditism – both sexes in same individual Monoecious – both sexes in same individual Simultaneous – both sexes functional at the same time Sequential – both sexes in same individual functional at different times Protandry – male first Protogyny – female first Dioeious – separate sexes ADVANTAGES Asexual - eliminates mats, simple, quick, little energy needed, large numbers of offspring, only mitosis and growth, all offspring the same
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 1101 taught by Professor Maris during the Fall '08 term at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.

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Reproduction Chapter 29 - Reproduction Chapter 29 Asexual...

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