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Sexual vs. Asexual Reproduction

7th grade science note for foldable
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Bethany Johnson

on 26 November 2012

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Transcript of Sexual vs. Asexual Reproduction

Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction Facts Organisms vary because they have differences in inherited traits.

Genetic material is donated from two parents.

Allows for more genetic variation in the offspring.

Offspring differ from each parent and from each other. Advantages: Variation among members of the population may allow the population to survive environmental changes, because not all of them will die.
Mutations and natural selection. Facts about Asexual Reproduction Genetic material is donated from only one parent.


Offspring are identical to the parent and to each other. Advantages Population can grow rapidly when environmental conditions are favorable.

Mutation speed and adaptation.

Requires less time to produce offspring. LOOK UP THESE WORDS USING DICTIONARY APP ON YOUR DEVICE Mutations:

Natural Selection:

Gestation:

Nurture:

Inherited:

Adaptation:

Genetic Diversity:
Sexual Reproduction Sexual vs. Asexual Reproduction Disadvantages: Requires two parents.
Requires more time to produce offspring.
Gestation and Nurture. Disadvantages Population lacks genetic diversity and may die off when environmental conditions change.

Disease
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