What is the difference between sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction?

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Sexual reproduction involves the fusing of 2 gametes (male and female). This results in a variety of offspring as the genetic information is mixed.

Asexual reproduction requires only1 parent. Offspring are all genetic clones as there is no variation

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