Cells - Sexual and Asexual Reproduction.

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  • Created on: 20-12-10 16:39

Some organisms, such as plant and fungi reproduce asexually by mitosis. For example yeast, a single-celled micro-organisms, reproduce asexually by budding which uses mitosis:

1. A bud forms on the cell's surface.

2. The 'D','N','A' and organelles replicate

3. The cell undergoes mitosis.

4. Nuclear division is complete, the budding cell has identical 'D','N','A'.


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