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How do Organisms Reproduce? | Exercise

Question 17

(a) Can you consider cell division as a type of reproduction in unicellular organisms? Give reason.

(b) What is a clone? Why do offsprings form by asexual reproduction exhibit remarkable similarity

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(a) The cell division in unicellular organisms, cell division can be considered as reproduction, because it produces two independent daughter cells identical to their parent.

(b) Clones are genetically identical organisms. Offsprings formed by asexual reproduction exhibit remarkable similarity because the genes are transformed from only one parent since only a single parent is involved in asexual production.

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Question 17

(a) Can you consider cell division as a type of reproduction in unicellular organisms? Give reason.

(b) What is a clone? Why do offsprings form by asexual reproduction exhibit remarkable similarity

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(a) The cell division in unicellular organisms, cell division can be considered as reproduction, because it produces two independent daughter cells identical to their parent.

(b) Clones are genetically identical organisms. Offsprings formed by asexual reproduction exhibit remarkable similarity because the genes are transformed from only one parent since only a single parent is involved in asexual production.

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