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Basic Nature of Sexual Reproduction [motion picture] Indiana U Audio-Visual Center

Distributor:
Indiana U Instructional Support Ser 1956
Brief Annotation:
Uses cinephotomicrography to illustrate the processes of reproduction. Points out that although sexual reproduction may differ in plants and animals in specific detail, its basic features remain the same. Presents models of cells and chromosomes to demonstrate that through random assortment and chance union, sexual reproduction makes possible great variation which has benefited man and has insured the survival of many living things in a varied environment.
Publication Date:
1956