Can you explain the answer of this question below
There is no natural death in single-celled organisms like Amoeba and bacteria because
A: They are microscopic.
B: They cannot reproduce asexually.
C: They reproduce by binary fission.
D: The parental body is distributed among the offspring.
The answer is d.

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By Yeshsavner · May 21, 2018 ·NEET
33 Answers
Boby Goswami answered May 21, 2018
Death means the body of the organisim stops functioning.But in organisms like amoeba the parental body divides and so there is no natural death

Wahid Khan answered Oct 29, 2019
There is no natural death in single celled organisms like Amoeba and bacteria because parental body is distributed among the offspring. In such organisms, reproduction occurs by ceil division where a cell (parent) divides into two halves and each rapidly grows into an adult (offspring).

Shoaib Ahmed answered May 21, 2018
Becoz they do nt die...rather they divide into daughter cells(offsprings)

Arshiya Iqrar answered Jan 06, 2020
There is no natural death in amoeba because of continous cell division throughout the life .

Silent Action answered Jan 02, 2020
They are unicellular and cell division or rep. are same thing in them so they divide and form two or more doughter or proginies

Harsh Agarwal answered Nov 10, 2018
Why is binary fission wrong

Shreya Saini answered 3 days ago
Answer is D... because the parent body is divided into daughter nuclei by fission. so, the parent body doesn't exist...so no death occurs.

Afifa Aaliya answered Jan 04, 2020
" D "
Because parental body distributed among the offsprings. In such organisms, reproduction occurs by the cell division. Where a cell divides into two halves and each rapidly grows into an adults.

Gayatri Chouhan answered Jan 03, 2020
Natural death means stop functioning like in human being not a single cell organism because the parental body undergoes cell division and divide itself into two daughters cells.

Adina Kausar answered 3 weeks ago
Parent body divides into draughts.. And again those draughts acts as parents individually and again divide into daughters... It continuously goes on and on.. So there is no natural death...

Harinath Harish answered Jun 09, 2018
In humans if death is occur our body organs are stops suddenly but in ameoba the death is occur they producing as a offsprings

Pallavi Maheshwari answered May 21, 2018
Because singled celled organisms r divide into two daughters cell therefore no natural death is occur

Payal Kakade answered Dec 24, 2019
Yes answer should be D only.

Explanation : During multiplication in unicellular organisms, the paren body wholly takes part in This process resulting in formation of offsprings or daughter cells.
hence there in no death because parents body becomes continuty of daughters life in Unicellular organisms.

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Kripal Deora answered 2 weeks ago
Because one parental cell divides into two cells and then they in four cells and it's go on that's the parental cell naturally never deaths.

Anu Pathania answered Apr 08, 2019
Amoeba undergoes binary fission and nothing left behind. however answer is D option how? please explain answer in contrast to C option

Ambareesh Rai answered Jan 04, 2020
Because we cannot identify the parent cell from the 2 daughter cell after reroduction & parent cell also get divided into daughter which is itself capable to give birth to young offsprings

Sweta Sharma answered 2 weeks ago
D is the right ans

Aditya Bhushan answered Dec 24, 2019
D is correct.
when amoeba reproduce its primitive or parental species exist.
thats why their species is immortal as we study in NCERT.

Sheetal Sharma answered Jan 29, 2020
Correct answer is option 'D'

Umesh Yadav answered Dec 27, 2019
In unicellular organisms like amoeba there is no difference between germ plasm and somatoplasm.
so the parents somatoplasm and germ plasm after reproduction will continue to live in the form of daughter.

Shreya Mathpati answered Nov 14, 2019
Since the parental body is distributed among offspring there is not occurring natural death hence they are immortal

Anita Bisht answered Apr 08, 2019
In these organisms, the parent body undergoes cell division and itself divides into new daughter cells.

Jeevesh Wadhwani answered Jan 01, 2020
They perform binary fission and split into two daughter cells/clones

Aman Singh answered 3 days ago
The parental body is distributed among the offspring.

Preetam Karmod answered Dec 26, 2019
D because of it divides into 2 parts by parent but they don't die

Sonal Nimbriya answered 2 weeks ago
Answer is D .
In amoeba there is no death because even after division the parent cell survive as its offspring .

Keerthi Priya answered 1 week ago
They are immortal because they don't end their lives but continue it on the form of their offsprings

Kapil Sharma answered 3 days ago
Answer is B

Ismayil Sab Walikar answered Jan 10, 2020
In the amoeba and bacteria there is no natural death because the parental body is distributed among the offsprigs, in such organisams like ameoba and bacteria reproduction occor by cell division into 2 halves and each grows into an adult offsprigs.

Bhavya Arora answered 2 weeks ago
Answer is D 

Rohan Mahajan answered 2 weeks ago
The correct answer to the question is option D.

Sonal Mestry answered 6 days ago
Amoeba can do binary fission. their actual death means to stop the reproduction. therefore their natural death is not possible

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