Reproduction is defined as a biological process in which every living organism gives rise to new organisms similar to themselves. The new organism is called as offspring. The offspring grow, mature and in turn produce new offspring. Therefore there forms a circle of birth, growth, and death. So, reproduction performs the following functions:
- Enables the continuity of a species
- Maintains life on this planet
- Creates different variations among population
Reproduction can be divided into 2 types based on the participation of 1 or 2 organisms.
- Asexual reproduction
- Sexual reproduction
Basic Features of reproduction
- Replication of the DNA.
- Division of cells.
- Formation of reproductive units.
- Development of the reproductive units into offsprings.
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