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In the real hydra, only one head grows back, but each amputated head can reconstitute an entire organism. Hydras are capable of sexual reproduction, which they indulge in as a result of such adverse conditions as overcrowding, stagnant water, lowered temperatures and/or a rise in C 0 tension. In response to these conditions, gonads develop along the sides of the animal. Eggs are fertilized by sperm (usually from a different parent), and the zygote develops directly into a new polyp. Sexual reproduction may be permanently bypassed, however, by rearing hydras under constant optimal conditions, in which case they multiply indefinitely by asexual budding.
1953. The regression-replacement cycle of hydranths of Obelia and Campanularia. Physiol. Zool. 26: 319-327. CROWELL, S. 1961. Developmental problems in Campanularia. In "The Biology of Hydra and of Some Other Coelenterates" (H. M. Lenhoff and W. F. ), pp. 297-316. University of Miami Press, Coral Gables. DAVIS, L. V. 1966. Inhibition of growth and regeneration in Hydra by crowded culture water. Nature 212: 1215-1217. DAVIS, L. V. 1967. The source and identity of a regeneration-inhibiting factor in hydroid polyps.
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