Amoeba Reproduction?

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The reproduction for amoeba is asexual. The amoeba is known to reproduce using binary fission and cell division.
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Amoeba has the simplest method of reproduction which is called binary fission. It occurs after a certain period of growth.
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It is asexual reproduction - by dividing in half by a process called fission, producing two new cells. Then the two new cells divide.
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It divides in half by a process called fission, producing two smaller daughter cells, which feed, grow and divide further. http://encarta.msn.com/media_461532745/reprod. uction_of_an_amoeba.html
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The reproduction of amoebas is called binary fission. This is when the amoeba splits itself in half, creating two new amoebas. Amoebas are single celled organisms ...
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