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The joining of egg and sperm is called
a) budding b) heredity c) fertilization d) regeneration
In _______________ reproduction, organisms are produced from only one parent.
a) asexual b) sexual c) mutation d) fertilization
Budding and regeneration as two types of
a) sexual reproduction b) fertilization c) sex cells d) asexual reproduction
The chromosomes in the nucleus of a cell contain a code known as
a) RNA b) mitosis c) meiosis d) DNA
DNA stands for
a) deoxyribonucleic acid b) deoxynuclear acid c) dexo-nucleic acid d) dextronucleic acid
Two sex cells join to produce a new individual in ______________ reproduction.
a) DNA b) asexual c) genetic d) sexual
Division of the nucleus that produces two nuclei with the same genetic information is called
a) meiosis b) budding c) mitosis d) mutation
What is formed during meiosis?
a) heredity b) sex cells c) clones d) regeneration
Sex cells from the female reproductive system are called ____________.
a) sperm b) eggs c) genes d) DNA
Sex cells from the male reproductive system are known as __________.
a) genes b) mitosis c) eggs d) sperm
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