- r in an asexual manner
plants that reproduce asexually
- Once established in human tissue, a single egg can multiply asexually into millions of tapeworm heads enclosed in a cyst as big as a grapefruit.
- But the unit itself would multiply asexually, like an amoeba.
- And as every high school student knows, these one-celled blobs of protoplasm never get to fool around; they reproduce asexually, by splitting in two.
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