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How does an Amoeba reproduce ? Describe with the help of labeled diagram.
Amoeba reproduces by common asexual method called binary fission. In this method, Amoeba cell divides into two equal daughter cells. The nucleus of amoeba first divides into two parts. After that the cytoplasm of amoeba divides into two parts, one part around each nucleus. This leads to the formation of the two daughter Amoebae cell having a nucleus and its own cell organelles.
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