1. Why is reproduction essential for organisms?

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S Sonika

Reproduction refers to the process of production of offsprings by living organisms. The offsprings produced are similar to their parents. These offsprings grow and become reproductively mature to leave their progenies. Therefore, this process repeats itself and a continuity of species is maintained generation after generation. If reproduction would not have been there, species would not be able to leave their progenies and sooner or later they might extinct. Thus, reproduction is essential for living organisms.