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1 April, 06:47

A Hydra is an aquatic organism that lives in fresh water. During reproduction an outgrowth begins to form on the parent. The outgrowth continues to develop into the daughter organism and eventually breaks off of the parent. Which type of reproduction does this represent? A. Budding b. Regeneration c. Vegetative propagation d. Binary fission

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  1. 1 April, 07:32
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    The correct answer is: A. Budding

    This is the asexual reproduction of hydra which involves production of buds in the body wall. When the buds grow enough to be miniature adults and become mature, they break away and the new organism is formed. This can happen every two days if the conditions are good for hydra (enough food). When conditions are harsh, sexual reproduction occurs.
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