Differences between budding and fission, Biology

Differences between Budding and Fission

Both budding and fission are identical in at least one way in that the young ones produced by these procedures are the result of direct splitting off from the body of the parent. But the two are as well clearly different in many respects. These differences are listed in the Table described below.

Table: Differences between budding and fission.

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