1. Name an organism where cell division is itself a mode of reproduction.
Asked by KUANLTYAGI | 29th Mar, 2017, 12:54: PM
In Monerans and Protists, cell division is itself a mode of reproduction. Example: Bacteria and Amoeba respectively.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 29th Mar, 2017, 01:07: PM
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