Whether they reproduce by budding CM* fiadon or fragmentation, organisms are copies of their parents. Is it true ? Why ?
A. 1) Yes, it is true that organisms reproduced by budding or fission or fragmentation are copies of their parents.
2) Because budding or fission or fragments are not the methods of sexual reproduction.
3) No gametes were formed or fused in these methods.
4) Exchange of chromosomes or crossing over do not take place. Hence the offsprings
produced are similar to their parents. , .