How do worm reproduce asexually?
They reproduce asexually by regeneration. Regeneration is the
ability to regrow a missing part of the body. Worms regenerate by
tearing themselves in half. Then, the two halves each regenerate
their missing half, producing two worms where there was only one
before. However, this process is only used by accident. Although
regeneration is mostly used for healing themselves it is also a
means of asexual reproduction. Hope this helps Smart
i think the answer to the question is that they reproduce asexually and sexually.
They reproduce sexually and asexually. When a round worm is hermaphroditic, it fertilizes itself (in most cases). Some hermaphroditic round worms reproduce by exchanging sperm. When a round worm has a specific gender (male or female) it reproduces sexually.
They don't reproduce asexually, they reproduce sexually. It is impossible for them to reproduce asexually
Yeast can reproduce both sexually and asexually. Most commonly they reproduce asexually.
yes they can reproduce asexually.
They reproduce Asexually
they reproduce asexually through regeneration
No, mammals cannot reproduce asexually.
They reproduce asexually
They reproduce asexually- by fissioning.
Most snails reproduce sexually but some reproduce asexually
yes diatoms can reproduce sexually and asexually. but they can only reproduce asexually when they are little
yes it does reproduce sexually but not asexually
Eubacteria can reproduce sexually and/or asexually.
Through what process do eukaryotes reproduce asexually
Onions reproduce asexually by budding.
Yes, most of invertebrates reproduce asexually .
Yes.An earthworm can reproduce asexually.There are lines on its body dividing its body.The last line that's closest to the end of its body breaks off and that piece forms into a baby worm.
can dandelions reproduce? Dandelions reproduce asexually (that is without fertilization). They can reproduce by cloning themselves.
Both; most reproduce sexually, but some species reproduce asexually
Amoebas reproduce asexually by means of binary fission.
The sea star can reproduce asexually by fragmentation.
They reproduce both sexually and asexually.
flatworms reproduce asexually :) hope that helps
Yes, leeches do, in fact, reproduce asexually, from cocoons.
Jellies reproduce both sexually and asexually.
They can reproduce asexually and sexually Justme4life<3
all plants can reproduce asexually though most reproduce sexually as well.
Animals reproduce sexually. Only flowers reproduce asexually, as well as bacteria..
No. Platypuses are mammals, and all mammals reproduce sexually, not asexually.
Plants reproduce asexually by cuttings, division or air layering.
Yes, flowers do reproduce asexually but only certain flowers do.
Paramecium asexually reproduce by splitting into two identical pieces.
Protozoans are unicellular.Therefor they are most likely reproduce asexually.
No, Saltwater Crocodiles cannot reproduce asexually. It is impossible.
Most protozoan species can reproduce both asexually and sexually!!!
Depending on the type of protista, they reproduce either sexually or asexually.
Asexually. When plants reproduce, they don't have sex physically.
The kingdom Plantae will reproduce by using spores. This means asexually.
Angiosperms reproduce sexually by means of flowers and asexually by apomixis.
I don't think there are any large animals that reproduce asexually
Eukaryotic cells (eukaryotes) use mitosis to reproduce asexually.
All monkeys reproduce sexually and none reproduce asexually.
They do reproduce... asexually.
They reproduce asexually.
They reproduce asexually
it is more likelly for bacteria to reproduce asexually. it is very rare for bacteria to reproduce sexually. but it is possible
Teacup pigs reproduce sexually. All animals reproduce sexually. Only plants have the ability to reproduce asexually.
organisms reproduce asexually by slitting themselves apart into 2 new organisms