Asexual reproduction is the production of genetically identical offspring from one parent.
Therefore asexual reproduction makes new organisms just like the parent. Hence they contain exactly the same genes. A population of organisms produced in this way, and all genetically identical, is known as a clone.
Asexual reproduction occurs in both plants and animals but mainly in simple organisms. Example: vegetative propagation in plants. This is a common natural process in which the part of a plant becomes detached from the parent plant and develops into new individuals. E.g. rose, straw berry, etc.