Reproduction and Growth
There are two different types of reproduction:
They both lead to the formation of new individuals, however they achieve this by different ways.
In this type of reproduction only one individual is needed for it to take place. This method produces offspring that are identical to the parent. The offspring have exactly the same genes as their parents and are thus called clones.
Some examples of asexual reproduction are:
These unicellular organisms reproduce by one cell dividing into two.
These are multicellular animal cells. Little buds grow on the outside of the parent body and eventually break off to form separate individuals.
c) Potato plant
The potato plant forms potato tubers which become detached to make new plants.