Asexual and Sexual Reproduction in Organisms

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Which type of asexual reproduction involves the division of the body into two or more equal parts?

Fission

What is the term used for the fusion of similar gametes that are usually motile?

Isogamy

In which type of asexual reproduction does the body break into two or more parts followed by regeneration?

Fragmentation

What is the term for an individual with both male and female reproductive tissues?

Hermaphrodites

Which type of union involves the fusion of dissimilar gametes?

Heterogamy

Explore the concepts of asexual and sexual reproduction in organisms, including the types of asexual reproduction such as fission, budding, fragmentation, and sporulation. Understand the differences between sexual and asexual reproduction processes.

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