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Q: If an organism reproduces asexually, it’s offspring will be?
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Am organism that reproduces asexually will have offspring that have?

Same number of chromosomes

What is the advantage of an organism the reproduces sexually rather than asexually?

An organism that reproduces sexually will have more genetic diversity than one that reproduces asexually.

An organism that reproduces asexually does not have to find a what?


What is a Bud and where does it form on a organism that reproduces asexually?

It forms on the side of the organism.

An intermediate host is an organism in which a parasite?

reproduces asexually.

Organism A reproduces by budding Organism B reproduces through fission Each Organism reproduces an offspring in 12 hours After 36 hours which organism will have more offspring?

if both organisms repoduce an offspring every 12 hours then they would have the same number of offspring neither would be greater.

What is a single organism that reproduces an exact copy of itself that starts with an A called?

Amoeba It's a Protist. It reproduces asexually.

What is the difference between asexually and sexually?

An asexual creature reproduces by having a gradual growing a copy of itself on its body, and thus can reproduce on its own. If a creature reproduces sexually, there need to be two of them- a male and a female.

Does evolution occur faster in an organism that reproduces sexually or asexually?

Depends entirely on the rate of reproduction.

How does an organism benefit by being able to reproduce both sexually and asexually?

During good conditions, organisms can reproduce sexually and benefit from the genetic diversity that this creates. During harsh conditions, asexual reproduction can take place without having a partner and results in offspring that are identical to the parent. This means that if the parent can survive the harsh conditions, then the offspring are more likely to as well.

How would the karyotype of an organism that reproduces asexually differe from a human karyotype?

The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes

How would the karyotype of an organism reproduces asexually differ from a human karyotype?

The karyotype of the asexual organism would not contain homologous chromosomes