Sexual / Asexual Reproduction

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Asexual reproduction involves only one organism while sexual reproduction involves two organisms. Asexual reproduction, the cells are divided by budding, fission, and regeneration. Sexual reproduction cells divide by meiosis. Asexual reproduction requires less energy than sexual reproduction, is time efficient, and another mate is not required for reproduction. Sexual reproduction has a variation of offspring, they are unique, and the organisms are more protected than asexual reproduction organisms. There is not much of a chance of evolution with asexual reproduction as it is with sexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction provides two or more offspring while sexual reproduction produces one or more offspring.

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Sexual, Mitosis, Runner, Fission, Budding, Asexual

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