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How can you diffrentiate
budding from fragmentation

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  • Réponse publiée par: stacy05

    In Budding, due to unequal cell division there is the formation of a small outgrowth on the parent organism, that is called as bud. These buds further give rise to new organisms whereas in Fragmentation the parent cell breaks down into several fragments and then each of the fragment produces a new individual.

    Explanation:

  • Réponse publiée par: dorothy13
    The neighboring organs will not function well
  • Réponse publiée par: taekookislifeu

    Insect larvae generally have a thinner exoskeleton than the adult; many are white and soft. The characteristic fly larvae are maggots, often developing in decaying plant or animal material.

    Explanation:

    Stage 1: Egg

    From this stage it will take 23 hours to get hatch

    Stage 2. Larvar Stages

    2.1. 1st Instar

    In this stage, The first larval instar begins at hatching and ends at the first larval molt. Anterior spiracles are not yet present; posterior spiracles have two openings each. Salivary glands are very small and all cells are uniform in size. Mouth hooks typically have one tooth. Duration at 25 degrees C: approximately 25 hours (24-49 hours after egg laying; 0-25 hours after hatching).

    2.2  2nd Instar

    In this stage, the developmental stage of an arthropod between moults occurs.

    2.3. 3rd Instar

    begins at the second larval molt and ends at puparium formation. Anterior spiracles are open to the outside; posterior spiracles have three openings each, and four groups of large branched hairs. The salivary glands extend to the second abdominal segment, with cells larger in the posterior than in the anterior of the gland. Mouth hooks typically have 9-12 teeth. About 24 hours before pupariation (at 25 degree C), larvae stop feeding and climb away from their food. Duration at 25 degrees C: approximately 48 hours (72-120 hours after egg laying; 48-96 hours after hatching).

    Stage 3: Pupa

    A pupa (Latin: pūpa, "doll"; plural: pūpae) is the life stage of some insects undergoing transformation between immature and mature stages. The pupal stage is found only in holometabolous insects, those that undergo a complete metamorphosis, with four life stages: egg, larva, pupa, and imago.

    Stage 4: Adult

    Last stage where the larva is fully developed.

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