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Cell reproduction?

## Cell reproduction?

[From: Biology] [author: ] [Date: 01-07] [Hit: ]
Cell reproduction?There are two types of reproduction. One of them is sexual reproduction which is observed in ……. The other type of reproduction is …….. reproduction which can be seen in ……….. and ……... For example, althou......

Cell reproduction?
There are two types of reproduction. One of them is sexual reproduction which is observed in ……. The other type of reproduction is …….. reproduction which can be seen in ……….. and ……... For example, although …….. is a eukaryote, it reproduces with asexual reproduction. ……….. reproduction gives rise to offspring...
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There are two types of reproduction. One of them is sexual reproduction which is observed in _eukaryotes (note A)_ The other type of reproduction is _asexual_ reproduction which can be seen in _E. coli_ and _prokaryotes_ (note B) For example, although _yeast_ (note C) is a eukaryote, it reproduces with asexual reproduction. _Asexual_ (note D) reproduction gives rise to offspring that are genetically identical to the parent organism whereas _sexual (note E) reproduction provides increasing in genetic variability and eliminating the harmful mutation. If mutation affects _somatic_ cells it will not be inherited, if mutation affects _germline_ cells it may be inherited. In _meiosis_ division, _crossing over_ and _random chromosome segregation_ provide the genetic variability. An individual’s _genotype_ is the genetic code they carry in their cells that provides information for a particular trait. Their _phenotype_ is the visible, expressed trait such as hair color.

Notes:
A. Except for those eukaryotes that reproduce asexually, and there are plenty of those. There are also plenty of eukaryotes that reproduce asexually sometimes and sexually at other times.
B. This isn't a great answer since E. coli are prokaryotes so there's no need to mention them separately. Also, as noted, there are plenty of eukaryotes that reproduce asexually.
C. Yeasts also reproduce sexually. Really, they do.
D. Parthenogenesis, an asexual reproduction, can also produce offspring that are not identical to the parent. In komodo dragons, a female will have male offspring by parthenogenesis and this is genetic.
E. Eliminating the harmful mutation!?? This whole sentence is really badly worded.
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