pumpkins are asexual.
Yes, Budding is a method of asexual reproduction.
Yes. the reproduction method of ginger is asexual.
type of reproduction
Asexual reproduction is the most common method of reproduction among bacteria.
the method of reproduction of green chilli is asexual reproduction as it does not require a partner for its fertilisation.....
The difference in the method of reproduction amoeba and yeast, is that whereas the method of reproduction in Amoeba is binary fission, the method of reproduction in yeast is budding. The type of reproduction is called asexual reproduction.
Depends. for cells, its asexual. for multicellular organisms its sexual
Budding is the method of asexual reproduction in which a bud forms on the parent plant and gets detached when it is fully grown.
Asexual reproduction is the most commonly used method
reproduction in bacteria is only asexual by means of fission or fusion
Binary fission is asexual method of reproduction. Some fungi and protists and many bacteria do that
A Flower uses asexual and sexual reproduction the type of asexual reproduction would be Parthenogenesis. and the method of fertilazation is internal reproduction (: and your very whalecum <33 goodbye and hopefully you get it right because i know its right (; Im in my science class bhaha
The method of reproducing offspring by only one parent is called asexual reproduction. All of the genetic information comes from a single organism. This is represented by vegetable and plant reproduction.
Not necessarily. It's a mechanism to increase the longevity of the "seed" produced. The method of reproduction (asexual or sexual) on the normal reproductive cycle of the species.
Fungi are classified by their method of reproduction (both sexual and asexual).
asexual (the organism clones itself) and sexual.
Depends on the mollusk. Most use sexual but some snails are hermaphrodites and can perform asexual reproduction.
Bacteria divide asexually in a method called binary fission.
yes, hydas reproduce asexually by a method called "budding"