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difference between sexual and asexual reproduction
Asked by drishtikamra21 | 15 Dec, 2020, 03:59: PM
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Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction
  • Involves reproduction through any part of the body. Male and female gametes are absent.
  • Involves fusion of male and female gametes.
  • It is a simple process of cell division
  • The fusion of male and female gametes forms zygote from which develops a new individual. This process is known as ‘fertilisation’.
  • No mixing of genetic material. Hence less variation is observed.
  • Mixing of genetic material takes place. Hence it shows great extent of variation.
  • It is a rapid process during favourable conditions.
  • It is a slower process.
  • Ex: Binary fission in amoeba, budding in hydra
  • Ex: reproduction in multi-cellular organisms.
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