CBSE Class 8 Science Reproduction In Animals Worksheet Set A

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Reproduction In Animals Class 8 Science Worksheet Pdf

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Class 8 Science Worksheet for Reproduction In Animals

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Fill in the blanks :

1. ___________________________ is essential for the continuation of a species.

2. ___________________________ reproduction is characterised by the fusion of two cells called gametes.

3. The animals which lay eggs are called _______________ animals.

4. The animals which give birth to young ones are called ___________________.

5. Organisms in which both types of gametes are produced by the same individual are called _____________________.

6. Organisms in which male and female gametes are produced by two different individuals are called __________________.

7. The process of transformation of larva or tadpole into an adult through drastic changes is called _____________________.

8. The type of asexual reproduction in which an individual reproduces by dividing into two individual is called ______________________.

Answer the following questions in one or two words :

1. Name the method of asexual reproduction in which individuals develops from the bud.

2. Give two examples of unisexual organism.

3. Give two examples of bisexual organisms.

4. Name the process of reproduction in Amoeba.

5. Give example of an animal which reproduce by budding. 

 Reproduction in animals

Reproduction: It is one of the important life processes,which ensures the continuation of similar kinds of individuals (species) generation after generation.

Modes of Reproduction: There are two modes by which animals reproduce. These are
• Sexual reproduction and
• Asexual reproduction.
Sexual Reproduction
Male Reproductive Organs: Male reproductive organs are a pair of testes, sperm ducts, and a penis.

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Sperms: The testes produce the male gametes called sperms.

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Female Reproductive Organs: The female reproductive organs are a pair of ovaries, oviducts (fallopian tubes) and the uterus.
Ova: Ovary produces females gametes called ova (Egg).
In human beings, a single matured egg is released into the oviduct by one of the ovaries every month.Uterus is the part of the female reproductive system where the development of the embryo takes place.Both sperm and ova are single-celled structure.
The fusion of the ovum and the sperm is called fertilisation.
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Fertilisation which takes place inside the female body is called internal fertilisation.
Fertilisation which takes place outside the body of the female is called external fertilisation.


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