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Q: Large variations in a crop may be developed by employing asexual reproduction. True or False.
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User: Large variations in a crop may be developed by employing asexual reproduction. True or False.

Weegy: False
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User: Asexual reproduction always yields offspring that are identical to their parent. True or False.

Weegy: True
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User: Asexual reproduction requires gametes but not fertilization. True or False.

Weegy: False
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User: Asexual reproduction is based on a type of cell division known as _____. Mitosis or Meiosis?

Weegy: Mitosis
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User: The fusing together of two gametes at fertilization is _____ reproduction. Asexual or Sexual?

Weegy: Sexual
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User: The most significant characteristic of sexual reproduction is _____. A) Genetic identity. B) Genetic Variability. C) Multiple Offspring. D) Rapid Reproduction.

Weegy: A) Genetic identity



User: Sexual reproduction is associated with _____. A) Mitosis. B) Meiosis C) Binary Fission

Weegy: B) Meiosis
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Weegy: Yes, also check here
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Weegy: Thanks. :O)
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User: Human gametes are ____. A) isogamous. B) anisogamous. C) oogamous. D) none of the above



Weegy: B) anisogamou
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User: Fertilization occurs when the chromosomes of gametes combine. True or False?

Weegy: False
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User: The process by which isogamous organisms exchange genetic information during fertilization is called _____. A) fragmentation. B) conjugation. C) meiosis. D) Oogamous



Weegy: B) conjugation
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