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  • one year ago

It is easy to observe a tremendous variety in nature due to mitosis. asexual reproduction. fission. sexual reproduction.

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  1. anonymous
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    @shreehari499

  2. shreehari499
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    your answer?

  3. shreehari499
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    Its very easy!

  4. Rushwr
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    isn't it sexual reproduction ?

  5. shreehari499
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    Sexual reproduction involves the fusion of two gametes (Male and Female) . Since there is an involvement of multiple characters there, the variation is very high

  6. shreehari499
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    For asexual reproduction there is very less or no variation. For ex. Binary fission of Amoeba, where the parent gives rise to two clones( Morphologically and genetically similar individuals)

  7. anonymous
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    so b?

  8. shreehari499
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    Is it for a test or something?

  9. Rushwr
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    there's lot of variation in sexual reproduction

  10. anonymous
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    no study guide

  11. anonymous
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    b?

  12. Rushwr
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    I personally choose sexual reproduction which is the 4th answer

  13. shreehari499
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    Its indeed Sexual reproduction!

  14. anonymous
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    ok :)

  15. anonymous
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    The steps of mitosis listed in proper order are: Metaphase, Prophase, Telophase, Anaphase Telophase, Anaphase, Metaphase, Prophase Prophase, Anaphase, Metaphase, Telophase Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase

  16. shreehari499
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    Whats your guess? @geny55

  17. anonymous
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    A

  18. anonymous
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    wait no sorry, c

  19. shreehari499
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    learn it as TAMP (reverse order gives the answer)

  20. anonymous
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    D

  21. shreehari499
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    Prophase comes first, where the cell gets ready for mitosis. in Metaphase the chroatids rearrange. They come to the equator in the Anaphase, they split and become 2 cells in the telophase

  22. Rushwr
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    Prophase-chromosomes condense and become visible Metaphase- chromosomes line up in middle Anaphase- sister chromatids split Telophase-chromosomes decondense, cell elongates

  23. shreehari499
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    yeah..more accurate @Rushwr .:)

  24. Rushwr
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    And at the end Cytokinesis occur where cytoplasm divides

  25. anonymous
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    thanks :)

  26. Rushwr
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    anytym @

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