Asexual Reproduction In Unicellular Organisms:
During asexual reproduction in unicellular organisms, the parent divides to give rise to two daughter organisms. The parent replicates its genetic material and divides it equally between the two daughters. Both the cytoplasm and the nucleus of the parent divides into two.
Example: Binary fission in Amoeba.
Asexual Reproduction In Multicellular Organisms:
During asexual reproduction in multicellular organisms, a new organism develops from a bud in the parent. This bud is simply an outgrowth of cells at one particular site. The bud or the new organism remains attached to the parent and gets detached on maturation.
Example: Budding in Yeast.
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