asexual reproduction

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Working on the study took five years, and over 15 years on the general problem of 'asexual reproduction' in rice and other cereal crops.
Concerning the other six populations it was not found any evidence of fission among them, what is expected since, among echinoderms, asexual reproduction by fission occurs only as a temporary strategy in response to stressful conditions and even so alternating with sexual reproduction events (Garcia-Cisneros et al., 2017).
A chi-square test was conducted on asexual reproduction data to test the effect of time x algal identity.
This also reflects the similarities seen in the recovery of this type of ecosystem and forest ecosystems, where recovery through asexual reproduction plays a key role in the early stages of post fire recovery (Hoffmann, 1998; Kennard et al., 2002).
Apomixis is a genetically determined type of asexual reproduction in angiosperms that results in the production of viable seed from maternal tissues in the absence of meiosis and fertilization.
Conn (1990) stated that asexual reproduction was confirmed by continual propagation of laboratory clones only in tetrathyridia isolated from lizards, as reported by Specht and Voge (1965).
Geneticists long have bet on the success of sexual reproduction over asexual reproduction based, in a large part, on the process known as Muller's ratchet, the mechanism by which a genome accrues deleterious and irreversible mutations after the host organism has lost its ability to carry out the important gene-shuffling job of recombination.
falciparum developing habits of asexual reproduction like other Plasmodium sp (2).
Asexual reproduction occurs through stems that grow sideways, either just above the surface of the ground (stolons) or just below it (rhizomes).
It also establishes, for the first time, quantitative estimates of the relative rates of sexual and asexual reproduction during the parasite life cycle.
Increasing resource allocations to sexual reproduction or asexual reproduction can be at the expense of the other (Bazzaz et al., 1987; Cheplick, 1995; Ronsheim and Bever, 2000).
Asexual reproduction is the most ancient mode of reproduction and is observed in representatives of all phyla of modern Metazoa [1-3].
asexual reproduction are also brought to bear on the issue.