Why is reproduction important?

Updated on : 2022-09-05
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Reproduction is the generation of offspring from parents. It is the biological process in which new individuals are developed in the population. 

New offspring is developed similar to the parents to maintain the population of organisms. After maturation, these offspring also perform reproduction to produce new offspring. 

The natality or birth rate should balance out the mortality which is the death rate in the given population. This is the way of maintaining a balance in the population. 

Therefore, reproduction maintains the continuation of species and ensures that the population stays stable from one generation to the next. 

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