Bacteria and plants can reproduce asexually to produce genetically identical individuals. Sexual reproduction, involving the fusion of gametes introduces variety into animal and plant species.
How many daughter cells are produced when a bacterial cell reproduces asexually?
Which term best describes genetically identical cells?
Compared to a body cell, how many chromosomes does a gamete contain?
Half as many chromosomes
The same number of chromosomes
Twice as many chromosomes
Where are male gametes produced in flowering plants?
What is the function of the ovaries in a flowering plant?
To produce female gametes
To produce male gametes
To produce male and female gametes
Complete the following sentence: Pollination is the transfer of a pollen process from....
...the anther to the stigma
...the stigma to the anther
...the stigma to the ovary
Where are sperm cells made in the body of a mammal?
The diagram shows the structure of the reproductive system of a female mammal.
In which structure are egg cells made?
Which process results in the production of a zygote?