How Do Organisms Reproduce?


How Do Organisms Reproduce? logoSubject: Biology    Exam: Medical Foundation 1 Year

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Asexual reproduction involves the production of an offspring form a single parent without the fusion of gametes.
This is the division of parent cell into two small, nearly equal sized identical daughter cells.
Budding may be defined as the production of new individual from an outgrowth of the parent individual.
The process of transfer of pollen grains from the anther of a flower to the stigma of the same flower or another flower is known as pollination.
In males, sexual maturity is attained at an age of 13 - 14 years. In females, it is attained at an age of 11 - 12 years. This age is known as the age of puberty.
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