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 Are earthworms asexual?

Answer Most species of earthworms have both male and female reproductive organs, making them hermaphrodites. They mate in pairs, fertilizing each other and causing both worms to reproduce. However some sp... Read More »
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Are monera asexual?

Organisms from what was referred to the kingdom Monera, prior to 1991, reproduce both sexually and asexually. Archaea reproduce only through the asexual process of binary fission, which occurs when... Read More »
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Is cloning asexual?

Cloning is asexual. According to the University of Cailfornia Museum of Paleontology’s web page on asexual reproduction, any reproduction that doesn’t involve cell division to produce a sex cel... Read More »
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How to Understand Asexual People?

Asexuality is an orientation in which someone experiences no sexual attraction. Asexuality is often misunderstood by people with other sexual orientations. Here is how to understand them.
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Is cloning asexual reproduction?

Asexual reproduction is nature's form of cloning. Plants and animals that reproduce asexually create offspring that contain the same genes they do, just as in a clone. By contrast, sexual reproduct... Read More »
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