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  • ReproductionThe process by which organisms produce offspring
  • Reproduction  The Big Question (aka GSE) How are sexual and asexual reproduction the same and how are they different?
  • Types of Reproduction Sexual: Two parents have offspring; offspring share traits from both parents. Asexual: One parent has offspring; offspring are genetically identical to parent.
  • Sexual Reproduction Animals: Female parent produces an ovum, male parent produces a sperm. Both combine to produce an offspring, with genetic material from each parent. Plants: Female part of the plant produces an ovum, male part of the plant produces pollen. Both combine to produce an offspring, with genetic material from each parent.
  • Asexual Reproduction Binary Fission: The process by which the organism splits into two. Most bacteria and protozoa reproduce by binary fission.
  • Asexual Reproduction Budding: an offspring grows out of the body of the parent. Hydra and sponges reproduce by budding.
  • Vegetative Propagation The production of a new organism from a portion of another organism Plants can reproduce by vegetative propagation
  • Regeneration The re-growth of a lost or damaged part of an organism Starfish can regenerate an arm Planaria can regenerate into two organisms
  • Reproduction What is it? The process by which organisms produce offspring What was the Big Question again?How are sexual and asexual reproduction the same and how are they different?
  • Questions?