Saturday, 2 September 2017

CBSE Class 10 - Biology - Asexual reproduction vs Sexual reproduction (#cbseNotes)

Asexual reproduction vs Sexual reproduction

CBSE Class 10 - Biology - Asexual reproduction vs Sexual reproduction (#cbseNotes)



No. Asexual reproduction Sexual reproduction
1. Only One parent is involved. Both male and female parents are involved.
2. Occurs in unisexual plants. Occurs in bisexual plants.
3. Occurs in lower plants. Occurs in higher plants and animals.
4. Reproductive organs are not present Fully developed reproductive parts are present.
5. In most of the methods the original parent disappears. Original parents remain alive after process of reproduction.
6. Process like gamete formation or fertilization is not seen. Fertilization of gametes give rises to zygote.
7. Characteristics of one parent is inherited. Characteristics of both parents are inherited.
8. No need of seeds. Seeds are used to get new plants from a flower.
9. Binary Fission, Multiple Fission, Fragmentation,
Budding, Vegetative propagation are types asexual reproduction.
External and Internal fertilization are types ofsexual reproduction.
10. Examples: Bacteria, Hydra, Bryophyllum,
Potato, Rose etc.
Mammals, Frogs, Reptiles, Rose, Castor, Papaya etc.