Asexual reproduction takes place through budding in (a) amoeba. (b) yeast. (c) plasmodium (d) leishmania.

The answer is yeast in which asexual reproduction occurs through budding. In this type of reproduction, the offspring grows up or arise inheriting the parent gene as it sprouts up from a single organism. In asexual reproduction, an offspring is reproduced from a single parent species.

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