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Having one copy of each chromosome
a) uniploid b) haploid c) tetraploid d) diploid
Occurs after telophase I
a) Interphase II b) Metaphase II c) Cytokinesis d) Prophase II
Offspring develop in eggs without fertilization
a) Parthanogenesis b) Cloning c) Afertilization d) Budding
Production of a new plant from a portion of another plant
a) Vegetative Propagation b) Plant Reproduction c) Active Propogation d) Vegetative State
Having two copies of each chromosome
a) triploid b) biploid c) diploid d) haploid
Identical offspring can also be called
a) sisters b) stem cells c) chromosomes d) clones
Unequal distribution of cytoplasm and equal division of genetic material
a) Spermatogenesis b) Mitosis c) Budding d) Fusion
Uses only mitosis
a) Meiosis b) Asexual Reproduction c) Oogenesis d) Sexual Reproduction
Occurs in worms and star fish
a) Fragmentation b) Budding c) Pieciation d) Breaking
This is the method by which bacteria reproduce
a) Fusion b) Budding c) Gametogenesis d) Binary Fission
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