Characteristics passed on from generations to generation
Characteristics that are acquired
Differences in characteristics that have a defined form
Differences in characteristics that have a range of forms
Reproduction with only one parent
When a cell splits in two, producing two identical individuals
When a parent produces a small bud, or a smaller version of itself
Little seeds that are realesed into the air. Each spore can make one individual
The reproduction of a plant that does not involve the formation of a seed
Reproduction that involves 2 individuals
Male sex cells
Female sex cells
When one sperm cell breaches the wall of the egg cell
The cell created by the two sex cells
When the zygotes divide into many cells
The new multicellular life form made by sexual reproduction
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