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    Asexual  Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Presentation Transcript

    • Asexual Reproduction By- Justin Ehrenpreis
    • Production of a new organism without……
      • Fusion of 2 nuclei
    • A new organism develops from……..
      • Cells from a single parent that has …….
      • Identical characteristics as parent.
    • Very raped, many offspring are produced by……
      • A single parent
    • Cell division’s 2 processes are…..
      • Nuclear Division and Cytoplasmic Division
    • Nuclear Division is…….
      • An exact copy of a set of chromosomes that….
      • Create 2 Identical sets
    • Nuclear Division is also called…..
      • Mitosis
    • Cytoplasmic Division occurs…..
      • During or after mitosis.
      • In the formation of 2 daughter cells containing….
      • An identical set of…..
      • Chromosomes
    • Chromosomes are…….
      • Threadlike structure that…..
      • Contains genetic information in a form of….
      • DNA
    • Chromosomes are……
      • A double strand of….
      • Chromatid
      • Joined in the center by…..
      • centromere
    • Telomeres are…..
      • 1/4 th of the …..
      • DNA strand
    • DNA strands are in the…..
      • Nucleus
    • Chromatid holds the….
      • DNA inside the nucleus
      • Prophase P ac
      • Metaphase M an
      • Anaphase A te
      • Telophase T oo
      • Much
      • Cytokinessis c ake.
    • P rophase is
      • P arent cell
      • M etaphases is
      • M iddle
    • A naphase is
      • A part
    • T elophase is
      • T wo daughter cells
    • Interphase is…….
      • Not really a part of Mitosis
    • Prophase is……..
      • A single strand of chromosome replicates into a……….
      • Double strand
    • Prophase is joined by……
      • centromeres
    • Centri oles
      • Migrate to opposite poles
    • Telophase
      • Cytokinesis-
      • Divides the cell into 2 cells.
    • Plant cells division and animal cells diff by……
      • Plants don’t have centrioles and a animal call don’t have a cell plate.
    • Cell plate
      • Divides the plant cell in half
    • What are the types of Asexual Reproduction?
      • Binary
      • Budding
      • Spore Formation
      • Regeneration
      • Vegetative Propagation
    • Bi nary Fission……….
      • 2 equal parts
    • Examples of Bi nary Fission is…..
      • Amoeba and Paramecium
    • Bi means
      • 2 in Binary Fusion
    • Budding is…..
      • When a parent cell divides into 2 unequal parts.
    • Yeast
      • Unicellular and
      • one is larger than other
    • Hydra
      • Multicellular
    • Sporulation
      • Moisture conditions that make mold
    • Regeneration
      • Re-growth of body part(s)