The organisms reproduce by making a copy of themselves and then splitting into two.
The reproductive process of an organism begins with a single cell. This cell divides to form two cells, each with half the number of chromosomes as the original cell.
Asexual reproduction is the type of reproduction in which there is no exchange of genetic material between parent and offspring. It occurs when a new organism splits in half to create two genetically identical offspring.
Biological reproduction can be further classified as sexual or asexual reproduction depending on whether genetic material is exchanged between parent and offspring during the process.