definition: organism that grow and dis attach to the mate

asexual: the off spring is identical to its parent.

-hydra and yeast


cell reproduction which occurs by  chromosomes in a cell nucleus that separate into two identical sets of chromosomes, each in its own nucleus.

Asexual: the process does not require two organisms and gives a direct copy

-skin cells and brain cells


reproduction of sex cells which reduce the chromosome number by half.

sexual: it needs to have two organisms and used DNA for reproduction

-people and animals

Internal Fertilization

when an organism mates to create an offspring, transfer of sperm to eggs

sexual: it is a reproduction that requires genes and chromosomes to connect through sex cells

-two fish mating and and making mix breeds

External Fertilization

strategy of fertilization where the dad spreads his sperm over the baby, used on baby eggs

asexual: they sex cells are not needed because the sperm does not go to the womens eggs it goes over the babies

-frogs and fish