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What are two processes of asexual reproduction? Examples?

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there doesnt need to be two people for sex
I know that. There are two different forms. I know mitosis, but what's another?
might have been a nisinterpretation ...

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does meosis sound familiar? its been a few semesters since life sciences for me
Well yeah. Haha, I wasn't being rude. Also, no Meiosis is used in sexual reproduction to produce gametes.
mitosis is a cell division process; gametes go thru a special extra step
oh
I think it's trying to ask like Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, or Telophase.
those seem to be phases within mitosis. i cant find anything that rings a bell for a second type ... unless starfish getting cut in half is it
monogenesis is asexual reproduction by spreading spores ....

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