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What is fission or budding?

Binary fission occurs when a parent cell splits into two identical daughter cells of the same size. Budding occurs when a parent cell forms a bubble-like bud. The bud stays attached to the parent cell while it grows and develops.

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Keeping this in view, how is fission different from budding?

Major difference between binary fission and budding is that in budding there is an outgrowth from the parent individual producing a bud, which is identical to its parent individual, but in binary fission, there is no bud or outgrowth formation.

what are some examples of budding? Examples of Budding Bacteria, yeast, corals, flatworms, Jellyfish and sea anemones are some animal species which reproduce through budding.

Secondly, what is budding short answer?

question_answer Answers(3) budding is a process when there is an outgrowth and eventually seperates the nucleus. Budding can be observed in yeast. This is a form of asexual reproduction which involves development of small mass of cells as protuberances on the parental body to give rise to new structures called as buds.

Is budding a form of mitosis?

Some organisms use mitosis to replace body parts. Some organisms such as the hydra use mitosis to produce genetically identical offspring. The process is known as budding. Mitosis is also the method by which yeast cells multiply.

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