Importance of reproduction, Biology

Importance of reproduction
  1. Reproduction is an important life process in animals and plants.
  2. Reproduction is the ability of an organism to produce new generation of individuals of same species.
  3. It helps to replace the number of species that die.
  4. It also helps to allow an increase in the total number of species under suitable conditions.
  5. The characteristics of parental organisms are being transferred to their next generation in the process of reproduction.
  6. The process of reproduction ensures continuation of race.
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