Are mushrooms the result of sexual or asexual reproduction?

Answer Generally speaking, fungi (mushrooms included) have either a sexual phase or an asexual phase of reproduction and many will have both phases. An important means of reproduction for fungi is via spo... Read More »

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How Are Asexual & Sexual Reproduction Different?

The word "sex" elicits feelings and visions of people, acts of passion and lust. Sex is not without purpose. In humans, the function is to mix genes with a partner and propagate. Asexual reproducti... Read More »

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 »

What is the definition of asexual reproduction?

Asexual reproduction is a process that does not involve meiosis or syngamy. In asexual reproduction, new organic individuals are created from the cells of a single organic parent. During this pro... Read More »

Asexual reproduction of African violet?

African violets can reproduce asexually (or "without sex") when you take a cutting and place it in damp soil, allowing it to create a new bud. The new plant is a clone of the original plant, since ... Read More »