Reproduction in plants is either asexual or sexual.
Section 6 takes up this issue in more detail in discussing reproduction, life cycles, and lineages.
The results provide insights into the requirements of higher-order ambisonics for broadcast and domestic reproduction.
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Sexual reproduction is usually regulated by environmental events.
The primary method of reproduction among thrips is by bisexual union.
Offspring produced by asexual reproduction are identical to their parent.
Asexual reproduction is the most common means of replication by protozoans.
Such vegetative reproduction has the advantage of producing larger plants more rapidly.
The cells that result from asexual reproduction are genetically identical to their parent cells.
Godfrey-Smith classifies genes as scaffolded reproducers since they rely on cellular machinery for their reproduction (p. 130).
Only those systems of asexual reproduction that are not really modifications of sexual reproduction are considered below.
In terms of reproduction this means a great increase in the permutations of cell reproduction during the process of evolutionary development.
Both homosporous and heterosporous life histories may exhibit various types of asexual reproduction (vegetative reproduction, somatic reproduction).
At the best, therefore, nonsexual reproduction can be a valuable and perhaps an essential means of propagation, but it does not exclude the need for sexual reproduction.
In contrast, in some societies reproduction is highly biased toward the activities of a single individual (frequently referred to as “reproductive skew” or “skewed reproduction”).
Yet there can be sex without sexuality, and reproduction need not be sexual, although for most forms of life sexual reproduction is essential for both propagation and long-term survival.
After nearly three decades of research on the reproduction of social African mole-rats I still have not been able to determine how the breeding female actually inhibits reproduction in the physiologically suppressed non-reproductive females in the colony.
Often referred to as unisexual reproduction, it has been observed in almost every major invertebrate group, with the exception of protochordates (including hemichordates), and frequently occurs alternately with bisexual reproduction (reproduction by union of gametes).
The great difference between the two types of reproduction is that individual organisms resulting from nonsexual reproduction have but a single parent and are essentially alike, whereas those resulting from sexual reproduction have two parents and are never exact replicas of either.
- the process of generating offspring
- recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall
- copy that is not the original; something that has been copied
- the act of making copies
Example: Gutenberg's reproduction of holy texts was far more efficient
- the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring
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