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    The main purpose in life is to reproduce offspring that will carry on your history after you pass away. Reproduction occurs when a male and female get intimate with each other. The only way that could happen is if they really prefer each other. Preferences for sexual reproduction started with Darwin when he proposed “sexual selection” rather than natural selection (Buss and Barnes, 1986). This occurred when Darwin saw an evolutionary change in peacocks that was not for survival, but to attract mates for reproduction (Buss and Barnes, 1986). Sexual selection is important in humans because that is how they obtain mates to pass down genes. Men compete for their partner, while women choose their partner (Molumby, 90). Males produce a lot of small gametes which contributes to the DNA and also the small gametes produce more copies of their genes; while females…

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    Sexual reproduction is a type of reproduction in which two different cells combine, which create an offspring. When two cells called the egg for female, and sperm for male, combine and join together they create a new organism called a zygote. During meiosis, one diploid cell divides and makes four haploid sex cells. Meiosis has two divisions of the cytoplasm and the nucleus, the divisions are called Meiosis I and Meiosis II. Reproductive cells go through interphase before meiosis. “ A…

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    Showing the advantages and disadvantages of asexual and sexual reproduction in plants. Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction Advantages Only one parent needed Mix of the gene pool can produce diversity. It requires less energy compared to sexual reproduction. Offspring can be dispersed widely in different places from their parents. Asexual reproduction gives the ability to produce large quantities of offspring. The off springs all vary from one another and the parents-better adapted to…

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    no Axolotls left there. They are very messy animals that have to have deep water. They do not like strong currents, because they cannot stay stable on the bottom of there home. You can keep the Axolotl as a pet if you really wanted to. But you must have small rocks and sand at the bottom of the tank so that they can hide themselves, and you have to change the 6 inches of water once a week. The do not have to have light, but sometimes they like to have it. The Axolotl manly eats Earthworms, and…

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    My School Year Evaluation

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    When I evaluate my school year, many things come to mind. I think about my friends. The highs and the lows. I also think about how I have grown. My 7th grade year at CMS was full of concepts learned, experiences, and personal growth. I have had many experiences throughout my 7th grade school year.In the school year I learned how to write an argumentative writing. First, it was to back it up with facts to make it better and believable. Second, I have learned what meiosis is where it starts and…

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    Life is a game of chance, and reproduction is no exception. Whenever a woman and a man create a child, there is always a risk of some form of genetic disorder caused by one parent being a carrier. However, with advances in technology made in the past decade, there is a way to ensure that a child does not have a disease that his or her parent carries. Even though this process is intended for good use, there are ethical misuses, just as there are with other medical procedures (Dresser 1). Although…

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    Photosynthesis and sexual reproduction are the two main turning points in the history of life, because the ability to process energy from sunlight, random variation and non-random selection allowed for evolutionary growth and the survival of life. Photosynthesis, an important process of energy transformation is crucial in the development of metabolic microorganisms, as well as the evolutionary changes from primitive to more complex life. Sexual reproduction displays a significant evolutionary…

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    Asexual reproduction is a reproduction process with only one parent that ends with identical animal cells. The purpose of asexual reproduction is to reproduce with wasting less energy. Sexual reproduction is a reproduction process with two parents that ends up with unidentical animal cells. Sexual reproduction is used to reproduce and make a unique being. The animal I am focusing on is the red kangaroo. The red kangaroo uses sexual reproduction. This chosen type of reproduction is a good choice…

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    Stephanie Okolo BIO 119-001 18 April 2016 How female choice governs sexual selection. Sexual selection is perhaps one of the most intriguing phenomena in the mammalian kingdom. It is the functional relationship between phenotypes and fitness that enables successful genes of parents to be passed down to their progeny. One important mechanism of sexual selection is how we have evolved to have complete autonomy with whom we reproduce with, especially how that choice relies heavily with females.…

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    Benjamin's Theory Of Auras

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    But with the incursion of the technology of reproduction, we are faced with the eradication of the aura. What once took time to create and had its own history is now being reproduced in large quantities, replacing a distinct existence – or trying to as it will never own up to the original – with an existence that is defined by the magnitude of its existence. With this change in reproducibility the aura is lost, for singularity is replaced by a mass existence, something the technology of…

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