What is asexual reproduction, Biology

What is Asexual Reproduction?

Asexual reproduction occurs in prokaryotes through the process of binary fission.

Primitive eukaryotes and plants also reproduce by various types of asexual reproduction. The replication of the nucleus in eukaryotic cells not involved in sexual reproduction is called mitosis.

 

 

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