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Asexual Reproduction | How Do Organisms Reproduce | Chapter 8 | CBSE Class 10 | Science | Biology
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Reproduction is a process in which living organisms produce more living organisms of their own kind. The offspring grows, matures and in turn produces new offspring. Thus, there is a cycle of birth, growth, and death. Reproduction, therefore, ensures continuity of life of a species on earth.
Types of Reproduction
There are two main types of reproduction in living organisms. They are asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction.
Asexual reproduction: The process of reproduction in which new individuals are produced from a single parent. Eg Microorganisms
Sexual Reproduction: The process of reproduction in which two individual is involved to produce a new individual. Eg Human, Tiger
Types of Asexual Reproduction
There are seven types of asexual reproduction: Binary Fission, Multiple Fission, Fragmentation, Budding, Spore Formation, Regeneration, Vegetative Propagation.
This process takes place in unicellular organisms. It is of two types:
Binary Fission – The organisms reproduce by binary fission only when adequate amounts of food and moisture are available. In this, the mother cell divides into two daughter cells, each containing a nucleus. Amoeba divides by binary fission.
Multiple Fission – The unicellular organisms reproduce by multiple fission when the conditions are unfavorable with no proper amounts of food, moisture, and temperature. In this, the organism forms a cyst around itself.
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