Most of the terrestrial snails are hermaphrodites having the capability of producing both the ova and spermatozoa. The type of reproduction is therefore sexual.
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When snails lay eggs they are acting out the natural process of reproduction.
Water temperature affects the life span of a sea anemone by reducing or increasing the amount of oxygen the animal takes in. A stressful environment with an improper temperature can also affect reproduction.
Depends on the mollusk. Most use sexual but some snails are hermaphrodites and can perform asexual reproduction.
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Henry Van der Schalie has written: 'Effects of temperature on growth and reproduction of aquatic snails' -- subject(s): Gastropoda, Development, Growth
asexual reproduction is when an organism can reproduce by itself, snails can do this where awoman cell does it with a man cell and gives it46 choromess 23 is a pair
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When female snails lay eggs, they will put them in the ground. When they hatch, they will stay in the soil for a few days. When they come up they are still not to be handled.
Snails are cold-blooded animals because they cannot control their own body temperature. Instead their body changes, depending on the temperature of their environment.
The animal reproduction will directly affect their population in a given environment. This will then how they will scramble for resources in a given environment.
Changes in climate and increased temperature can have an effect on animals and their reproduction. It can affect the number and quality of their offspring. It can affect livestock's ability to grow meat and wool.
no unless it becomes to sore to do the act of reproduction
Reproduction by a previously existing life form or life forms. With regards to many aquatic snails, which are hermaphroditic, it only takes one. or an egg.
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Not directly. Humans eat snails, so they can be helpful. However, snails do have a bad affect on plants and can destroy crops, but I don't believe they are much of a hazard.
temperature does not affect the magnet.
Temperature does not affect altitude, altitude affects temperature.
I don't know weather or not snails/slugs can live in warm temperatures. My guess is yes because I live on Long Island/Port Washington and the temperature is 75 degrees out. I have keeping my snails outside and they have been living for about 3 weeks.
yes they do, but most slugs and snails die because they lie in the snow and their body can not keep up with the temperature.
The method of asexual reproduction in some single-celled eukaryotes is called binary fission. The factors that may affect this process are temperature, gas, pH, Osmotic pressure, Other factors, and microbial association.