Asked by Rakesh,
97 weeks ago
Asexual reproduction occurs when an organism makes more of itself without exchanging genetic information with another organism through sex.
Asexually reproducing organisms can suffer a dangerous lack of diversity – but they can also reproduce faster than sexually reproducing organisms, and a single individual can found a new population without the need for a mate.
Some species of plants, animals, and fungi are capable of both sexual and asexual reproduction, depending on the demands of the environment.
Asexual reproduction is practiced by most single-celled organisms including bacteria, archaebacteria, and protists. It is also practiced by some plants, animals, and fungi.
Budding, binnary fussion, vegetatative propagation, conjugation are some examples for asexual reproduction