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Reproduction in Organisms Part 1 (in Hindi)
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Definition and types of reproduction

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Juhi Mishra
JAI HIND 🇮🇳 M.Sc Botany(gold medalist🥇)CET,DCA,B.Ed. Be Best In 🌿Biology(Life Science) 🌿with Me Follow & Subscribe 🎯NEET

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Last question ans is wrong correct it M=50 D=20 Ratio=5/2
Sarwar Imam
7 months ago
You r correct. I just discussed concept and moved ahead.
your teaching is very appreciative
Juhi Mishra
a month ago
Thank you navdeep
Thanks mam for explaining this lesson in nice way. Your teaching way help me to understand biology in very easy way.
Juhi Mishra
2 months ago
My pleasure thank you
Thanks mam for explaining this lesson in nice way. Your teaching way help me to understand biology in very easy way.
mam aap great bio teacher ho
Juhi Mishra
3 months ago
Thank you pratima. It's ur goodness
Pratima Srivastava
3 months ago
mam study karne ke baad question nahi attampt kar pate specially physics or chemistry please bataiye ki kya kare.....
Pratima Srivastava
3 months ago
bataiye mam
Hii mam reproduction in organisms ka notes kaise milega
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  2. Reproduction in Organisms Reproduction: (1) Reproduction is defined as a biological process in which every living organism give rise to new organisms similar to themselves. (2) Basic features of reproduction: (i) Replication of DNA (ii) Cell division (only mitotic, or both mitotic and meiotic) (ii) Formation of reproductive bodies or units. (iv) Development of reproductive bodies into offsprings.

  3. Difference between Asexual and Sexual Reproduction Asexual Sexual Reproduction S.No Reproduction Offsprings are Involvement of 1) produced by single single or two parents. individual New individual develops from one cell or a vegetative body part of one parent. New individual develops from zygote or fusion product of two gametes, which mav or may not be produced by two parents. 2) Offsprings are genetically identical to their parents The offsprings are not genetically identical with their parents. 3)

  4. Involves only mitotic divisions, Involves meiosis at one or the other stage. 4) Formation of sex organs is a pre- requisite for sexual reproduction It does not require 5)the formation of sex organs. It does not introduce It introduces variability and is, 6) variability. Hence hence of has no evolutionary evolutionary importance importance