Asexual reproduction, Biology

Asexual Reproduction

Asexual reproduction is also known agamic reproduction because there is no involvement of gametes in it. Asexual methods of reproduction are

  1. Fission
  2. Budding
  3. Fragmentation and
  4. Parthenogenesis.




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