Definitions for "Sexual Reproduction"
Process in which two cells, termed gametes, come together to form one fertilized cell that contains genetic information from both parental cells.
In biology, this is just the idea that a child gets its genetic material from each of two parents. We're used to the idea that one parent is "male" and one is "female", and that the two kinds of parent look different. But that's not actually required. With snails, and with trees, one individual can simultaneously be both male and female. So, a species with sexual reproduction may or may not have sexes.
Production of offspring by combining the genetic material from two individuals of the same species.