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Can someone help me with describing the condition that can trigger the yeast cells to undergo sexual reproduction instead of asexual reproduction. I need help.
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You might get more luck with a clearer title next time, FYI.
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Yeast undergo sexual reproduction when they are nutritionally stressed.
This would typically result from lack of a carbon or nitrogen source.
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