14. This process happens when the sperm cells are released into the body of the female and become fertilized., a. asexual reproduction c. internal fertilization b. external fertilization d. incubation , 15. Which of the following animals is NOT born alive? , a. dog b. eagle d. whale, 16. It is described as the time between fertilization and the birth of the live young , a. gestation b. incubation c. internal fertilization d. external fertilization , 17. Which of the following animals can reproduce asexually?, a. hydra b. sea anemone c. lizard d.2 birth A and B , 18. What kind of fertilization happens when eggs are released-by the female to the environment and is fertilized by the sperm of the male? , a. asexual b. external fertilization c. internal fertilization d. sexual , 19. Which of the following animals can reproduce by means of external fertilization? , a. eagle b. frog c. lizard d. tarsier , 20. What kind of reproduction involves only one parent? , a. asexual b. external fertilization c. internal fertilization d. sexed , 21. Which of the following refers to the period between the laying of the egg to its hatching? , a. gestation period c. internal fertilization b. incubation period d. external fertilization , 22. Which is NOT true about asexual reproduction in animals? , a. Has only one parent b. Animals may hatch from eggs or born alive. c. does not promote differences d. The young animals resemble each other. , 23. How does sexual reproduction happen in animals?, a. When sperm cell and egg cell unite b. When 2 sperm cells unite with 1 egg cell. c. When 2 sperm cells unite with 2 egg cells. d. When sperm cell unites with another sperm cell. , 24. Chicks are hatched from eggs. Goats are born alive and look like its parents. Frogs undergo many changes as they grow. What do these observations prove? , a. All animals are born alive. b. All animals are hatched from eggs. c. Different animals move in different ways. d. Different animals reproduce in different ways. , 25. Why is reproduction important to living organisms? , a. It controls the body parts. b. It converts food nutrients. c. It collects and removes wastes. d. It ensures continued existence of the organisms

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14. This process happens when the sperm cells are released into the body of the female and become fertilized.


a. asexual reproduction c. internal fertilization b. external fertilization d. incubation

15. Which of the following animals is NOT born alive?
a. dog b. eagle d. whale

16. It is described as the time between fertilization and the birth of the live young
a. gestation b. incubation c. internal fertilization d. external fertilization

17. Which of the following animals can reproduce asexually?
a. hydra b. sea anemone c. lizard d.2 birth A and B

18. What kind of fertilization happens when eggs are released-by the female to the environment and is fertilized by the sperm of the male?
a. asexual b. external fertilization c. internal fertilization d. sexual

19. Which of the following animals can reproduce by means of external fertilization?
a. eagle b. frog c. lizard d. tarsier

20. What kind of reproduction involves only one parent?
a. asexual b. external fertilization c. internal fertilization d. sexed

21. Which of the following refers to the period between the laying of the egg to its hatching?
a. gestation period c. internal fertilization b. incubation period d. external fertilization

22. Which is NOT true about asexual reproduction in animals?
a. Has only one parent b. Animals may hatch from eggs or born alive. c. does not promote differences d. The young animals resemble each other.

23. How does sexual reproduction happen in animals?
a. When sperm cell and egg cell unite b. When 2 sperm cells unite with 1 egg cell. c. When 2 sperm cells unite with 2 egg cells. d. When sperm cell unites with another sperm cell.

24. Chicks are hatched from eggs. Goats are born alive and look like its parents. Frogs undergo many changes as they grow. What do these observations prove?
a. All animals are born alive. b. All animals are hatched from eggs. c. Different animals move in different ways. d. Different animals reproduce in different ways.

25. Why is reproduction important to living organisms?
a. It controls the body parts. b. It converts food nutrients. c. It collects and removes wastes. d. It ensures continued existence of the organisms​

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