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1. Differentiate asexual from sexual reproduction
Weegy: The major difference between the two is that asexual reproduction produces offspring that are identical copies of the original parent, whereas sexual reproduction produces offspring that are genetically different from either of the parents. [ This added variability gives offspring produced like this a greater survival advantage in an environment which is constantly changing. ] User: How does asexual reproduction occur in nonflowering plants? Weegy: Different plants reproduce in different ways. Some plants reproduce asexually, others do use a type of sexual reproduction. Flowering plants in particular reproduce both sexually and asexually. [ Reproduction in flowering plants involves the production of gametes, the transfer of the male gametes to the female ovules is through pollen. The release of pollen from plants is similar to the release of sperm in animal life. Pollen can be carried by the wind, or by insect and animal life. After the pollen fertilizes the flowering plant, it produces fruit or some other means of releasing seeds. Plants can cross pollinate, or self pollinate. Non flowering plants use alternate methods of reproduction. ] (More)
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1. Differentiate asexual from sexual reproduction 2. How does asexual reproduction occur in nonflowering plants? 3. Is asexual reproduction helpful to farmers? Explain.
Weegy: While asexual reproduction only involves one organism, sexual reproduction requires both a male and a female. Some plants and unicellular organisms reproduce asexually. Most mammals and fish use sexual reproduction. [ Some organisms like corals and komodo dragons can reproduce either sexually or asexually. But in the long term (over several generations), lack of sexual reproduction compromises their ability to adapt to the environment because they do not benefit from the genetic variation introduced by sexual reproduction. REPRODUCTION IN ALGAE For example is the: A Unicellular alga - Chlamydomonas It is widely found in standing pond water and on damp soil. The vegetative (growing, non-reproducing) cell is pear-shaped. The cell swims with the help of two flagella attached at its anterior (front) end. The cell contains a single large cup-shaped chloroplast which open at the tip. It is important because it can create individuals rapidly and in large quantities & bypassing the sexual process can help a plant in times of dryness. Read more ] (More)
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conjugate?
Weegy: A conjugate acid is the acid member, HX, of a pair of two compounds that transform into each other by gain or loss of a proton (hydrogen ion). User: conjugate in math examples User: why does my left ear hurt? (More)
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Conjugation or conjugate may refer to:

Grammatical conjugation, the modification of a verb from its basic form
Conjugate (algebra), used to rationalize the denominator of a fraction
Conjugated systems of p-orbitals in chemical molecules
Conjugation (biochemistry), the turning of substances into a hydrophilic state in the body
Conjugation (acid-base theory), a system describing a conjugate acid-base pair
Conjugation (group theory), the image of an element under the conjugation homomorphisms
Conjugate (graph theory), an alternative term for a line graph
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