Question by  hbmarsh (99)

What is the difference between a-sexual reproduction and sexual reproduction?


Answer by  technogeek (6640)

A-sexual reproduction is reproduction as the result of something other than intercourse, while sexual reproduction is as the result of intercourse.


Answer by  Skullwing (746)

Asexual reproduction occurs when the creature in question splits itself in to two or more pieces, each a clone of the original. Sexual reproduction involves two creatures contributing fragments of themselves to make offspring which have the traits of both of their parents.


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

Asexual reproduction requires only one parent while sexual reproduction requires two parents. There are lizards who are all female and engage in asexual reproduction and there are very simple life forms that use gamete mingling, with components from two parents both contributing to the dna of a single life form unlike either of the two parents.


Answer by  esteban (1334)

Asexual reproduction requires only one organism to produce offspring, and is the main form of reproduction in single-cell organisms. Sexual reproduction requires two "parents" to produce an offspring.


Answer by  ammon173 (0)

Asexual is used by things like plants, where there is no male+female thing, and Sexual needs to have parents of male+female

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