Check sibling questions

The ability of a cell to divide into several cells during reproduction in Plasmodium is called

(a) budding

(b) reduction division

(c) binary fission

(d) multiple fission

 

Answer:

Checking the options:

  • (a) budding - Mode of asexual reproduction in which a small part of the body of a parent organism grows out as a bud which then detaches and becomes a new organism.

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  • (b) reduction division - cell division that produces reproductive cells in sexually reproducing organisms.

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  • (c) binary fission - Mode of asexual reproduction in which parent organism splits to form two new organisms.

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  • (d) multiple fission -   Mode of asexual reproduction in which parent organism splits to form many new organisms at the same time.

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So, the correct answer is (d).


Transcript

BINARY FISSION IN AMOEBA Parent Cell Nucleus Divides Nucleus Divides Cytoplasm Divides Two Daughter Cells BUDDING IN YEAST Parent Yeast Cell Nucleus Forming of bud Cytoplasm Divides Bud with nucleus Daughter Yeast Chain of yeast cells formed Parent Yeast REDUCTION DIVISION Daughter Nuclei Daughter Nuclei II Interphase Homologous Chromosomes

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