Mitosis, budding, vegetative propagation, sporulaition, binary fission Mitosis in humans repairs body cells and therefore reproduces identical cells. Ie: you get a cut on your hand, mitosis goes to work to make new, identical skin cells to repair that cut. Budding occurs in yeast, hydra for example. Budding is when a bud grows on an adult and eventually detaches itself from the adult (or parent) plant to form on its own. Genetically they are identical, but size they are different. Binary fission occurs in amoeba, paramecia, and bacteria. Produces genetically identical offspring, along with the same size. Binary = 2 Fission = split. so it's an even split into 2 new organisms. Sporulation is how mold grows. Spores are contained in spore cases which have a tough outer coating and pop when conditions are favorable. An example of vegetative propagation is strawberries that grow on stolons. These stolons are horizontal, trailing stems that root away from the parent plant. Once roots are established, stolons will break off and plant will be genetically identical to its parent, but independent of it.
An example of asexual reproduction would be plants, who are both male and female. The bees collect pollen(male hormone) and transfer it into the female reproductive system when they make honey. The bees get attracted to certain parts plant where they get there stuff. Anyway the pollen mixes into the female hormone and creates a seed that falls onto the ground.
1) binary fussion in Amoeba
2) multiple fussion in Plasmodium
3) Fragmentation in spirogyra
4) Regeneration in planaria
5) Budding in Hydra
6) vegetation propogation in Bryophyllum
7) Spore formation in Rizopus
Asexual reproduction involves a single parent - such as when a plant grows from a cutting (vegetative reproduction).
Another example is in Brewer's yeast - when a small daughter cell appears on the side of the larger parent cell (budding).
A good example of asexual reproduction would be the aphid, or greenfly. Certain species of which do not lay eggs or larvae, instead they are born in the manner comparable to mammals, giving birth to fully developed, if a little small, young.
The more unusual aspect, and to the point, these young are often born pregnant, and able to give birth to their young only a short while after being born themselves. Using this method, aphids are able to cover a plant of their liking within, just a short while, and all from a single parent.
asexual reproduction = reproduction without genetic recombination i.e. with humans, recombination between maternal and paternal genes
this is seen in bacteria as they reproduce via binary fission into exact replicates. only one bacteria is required, not two and no recombination (unless you consider conjugation)
Binary fission of bacteria
an Example of Runner in Asexual Reproduction
Asexual reproduction in amoeba is known as binary fission.
The three forms of asexual reproduction are budding, fission, and fragmentation.
These are two examples of asexual reproduction
Examples of structures that are part of asexual reproduction in some plants are rhizomes and bulbs. Asexual reproduction results in offspring that are similar genetically to the parent.
Asexual reproduction may be prominent in bacterias. Some protists may also undergo asexual reproduction at some stage of their lives.
Asexual reproduction is two words. An example sentence is "I wonder why some animals have asexual reproduction".
fragmentation vegetative propagation budding
ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION NEEDS ONLY ONE PARENT.
some single cell organisems are considered animals and they have asexual reproduction
no they do not "hsve" asexual reproduction they "have" asexual reproduction...