squids reproduce sexually. by the male fertilizing the eggs with it sperm.
Millipedes reproduce through sexual means. The males and femalesinteract directly, and there is an exchange of sperm to fertilizethe eggs.
Sexually like most fruits. Many fruits have the male and female on the same plant, but some, like cherries, have male trees and female trees.
Worms reproduce sexually
\nClams have sexual reproduction. A male clam releases his sperm into the water at the same time that a female clam releases her eggs into the water. Somehow the male and fema…le clams know how to do it at the same time and somehow the sperm and the eggs get together.
Well I don't know I think it's only sexually
All birds reproduce sexually.
Organisms that reproduce sexually are animals, mammals, etc. Monkeys, Elephants, Bugs, People, & so on Organisms that reproduce asexually are like germs, such as amoeba.
The chicken produces sexually with the male contributing sperm to the ovum of the female chicken.
They belongs to kingdom mamalia and reproduce sexually
Sunflowers produce sexually, as do most flowering plants.
Asexual Reproduction in Yeast . The asexual form of reproduction in yeast is called fission, or sometimes "budding." Budding is exactly what it sounds like. The parent cell… begins to divide to form a new cell, which is the "daughter" cell, by splitting its nucleus and copying the contents, thus migrating the new nucleus into the daughter cell. The process is basically standard mitosis (cell division). The newly created cell is an exact copy of the parent cell; it can be either diploid or haploid.. Sexual Reproduction in Yeast . Only haploid yeast cells are able to conduct sexual reproduction. When they do, the haploid cells are usually not the same gender. Before joining with the opposite type of haploid yeast cell, each cell undergoes a process called shmooing in which it becomes longer and thinner in preparation for the joining. The shmooing cells then fuse and join their nuclei together to create a diploid. The new diploid then begins to bud and form a colony of diploid yeast cells.. Read more in related links.