Agamic Reproduction

Both conspecific/xenogenic cross are very important key for TheNature to
evolve. With them, Asias that could adapt to the environment can create their
offspring while those who couldn’t is perishing.
Those crosses are to be called “amphigony”, which two parents create offspring
and mix their genes.
On the other hand, there is another type of reproduction in TheNature
— Agamic Reproduction.

Asias have ability to do agamic reproduction, which clone themselves without
spouse. The cloned Asia will have quite the same genetic code with the
source individual (Let’s not call ‘parent’).

Though this reproduction doesn’t seem directly to relate to the evolution of
TheNature, it is indeed one of an aspect of that individual Asia, i.e. the more
clones an Asia could reproduce, the more chances to propagate.

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