Types of asexual reproduction, Biology

TYPES OF ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION

1.

Binary fission

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Amoeba

2.

Multiple fission

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Amoeba

3.

Sporulation

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Amoeba

4.

Plasmatomy

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It is in multinucleate protozoan as opalina.

5.

External budding

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Hydra

6.

Internal budding or

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Sponges

 

 

7.

by gemule

 

Fragmentation

 

 

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Sponges, microstomum

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