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what is difference between regeneration and budding
Asked by dkku.9911 | 16 Jan, 2022, 07:34: PM
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Differences between regeneration and budding:

Regeneration

Budding

  • The process of getting a full organism from its body parts is called regeneration.
  • In budding, a small part of the body of the parent organism grows out as a bud which then detaches and becomes a new organism.
  • Lizards cast off their tails to escape predators and then regenerate them.
  • Hydra reproduces by budding using the regenerative cells. A bud develops as an outgrowth in Hydra due to repeated cell division at one specific site. When fully mature, the bud detaches itself from the parent body and develops into a new independent individual.
  • Examples: Crayfish, many reptiles, and amphibians exhibit remarkable examples of tissue regeneration. 
  • Example: Hydra and yeast reproduce by budding.
 
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 17 Jan, 2022, 01:47: PM
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