Does variation occur in asexually reproducing organisms? Justify.
Asked by mukuladithya | 11th Aug, 2020, 05:58: PM
In asexual reproduction an exact genetic copy of the parent organism is produced. Unlike sexual reproduction, asexual reproduction only introduces genetic variation into the population if a random mutation in the organism's DNA is passed on to the offspring.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 12th Aug, 2020, 11:54: AM
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