With the help of suitable diagrams, explain the various steps of budding in Hydra.
Hydra is an animal with tentacles. It has a small outgrowth called bud on one side of its body by repetitive mitotic division.
(i) During budding, a small bulb-like projection known as the bud develops on the body of the parent organism.
(ii) The bud continues to grow on the parent until it develops and matures into a miniature adult.
(iii) After complete maturation, the bud pinches off from the parent's body and attains the ability to develop independently. The new Hydra detaches itself from its parent and starts living as a separate organism.
(iv) This bud gradually grows into a full hydra, developing its mouth and tentacles.
Distribute the referral code to your friends and ask them to register with Tutorix using this referral code.
Once we get 15 subscriptions with your referral code, we will activate your 1 year subscription absolutely free.
Your subscribed friend will also get 1 month subscription absolutely free.