Which of the following is NOT a type of asexual reproduction?
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When a male fertilizes a female, is this considered sexual? @Nerdsarecool
Ok so what are you saying
'Which of the following is NOT a type of asexual reproduction?' basically translates to 'which of these IS a sexual type of reproduction?
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I don't know
hint: one of these requires two parts from different parents to reproduce (the others are able to reproduce with just one parent, not two parents)
yep, fertilization requires two parents
thanks for the clarification jim. appreciate it.
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he just explained it
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this page will do a much better job than I can
keep in mind my specialty is in math, not bio