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Sexual reproduction is characterized by processes that pass a combination of genetic material to offspring, resulting in diversity. The main two processes are: meiosis, involving the halving of the number of chromosomes; and...
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Scientists currently have developed several competing hypotheses to explain the evolution of sexual reproduction. Many groups of organisms, notably the majority of animals and plants, reproduce sexually. The evolution of sex...
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Reproduction, process whereby all living organisms produce offspring. ... Sexual reproduction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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The Evolution Of Sexual Reproduction "Sex is the queen of problems in evolutionary biology. ... the prevalence of sexual reproduction would argue that it ...
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Sexual reproduction is a biological process by which organisms create ... 4.1 Origin of Sexual Reproduction. 4.2 Simultaneous Development ...
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The overriding question is when (and then how) sexual reproduction itself evolved. ... The difficulty is that sexual reproduction creates complexity of the genome and ...
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Sexual reproduction occurs in many one-celled organisms and in all multicellular ... explains the predominance of sexual reproduction among higher forms. ...
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If sexual reproduction in plants, animals, and humans is a result of ... Furthermore, if sexual reproduction evolved even once, the steps by which an ...
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The evolutionist is faced with the problem of how sexual reproduction arose in the first place and how it is maintained given the obvious advantages of asexual ...
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