Looking for some handy worksheets on asexual reproduction for your senior biology students?
This resource consists of four printable black-and-white Student Worksheets (PLUS Answer Sheets) that will not just save you precious lesson preparation time but also help your students to revise and/or improve their understanding of asexual reproduction and how it compares to sexual reproduction. Suitable for students in years 10 – 12, Asexual Reproduction can be used as class work, homework, revision or even tests. It includes a fun crossword puzzle on types of asexual reproduction.
Sexual Reproduction covers the following:
what is ‘asexual’ reproduction?
differences between asexual and sexual reproduction, including: rates of reproduction, amount of genetic variability, energy expenditure and reproductive processes involved
importance of genetic variation among offspring
types of asexual reproduction, including binary fission, mitosis, bulbs, parthenogenesis, spores, runners, rhizomes, cuttings, tubers
Along with printable worksheets, a digital (PowerPoint) version of this resource is included here at no extra cost, giving teachers a choice as to which they prefer to use – taking into account the different learning styles of their students.
Asexual Reproduction includes an Answer Key (PDF) with images in full color that look great on the big screen and can be used to facilitate good class discussion. Answers provided are also highly detailed, so there is no need to research or fact-check here; it’s all been done for you.
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