Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?

Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
Jigsaw Activity: How Do Some Organisms Produce Identical Offspring?
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Students will read the attached information on organisms that reproduce asexually and annotate the text. As each student is learning about each form of asexual reproduction they will complete the graphic organizer(Attached)

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Asexual reproduction is the process by which an organism produces an identical copy of itself. During asexual reproduction, one cell, called the parent cell, divides into two identical daughter cells. The new organisms, called offspring, are genetically identical to the parent cell. There is no fusion or joining of cells during this process.
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11 pages
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45 minutes
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