Budding- asexual reproduction, Biology

Budding- Asexual Reproduction

In this method of reproduction an organism develops an outgrowth which on detachment from the parent becomes a self-supporting individual. Budding is found in protozoans, coelentrates, platyhelminths and several groups of annelida.

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Figure:  Budding in Hydra

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