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Asked by ash.au94 | 2nd Jan, 2010, 09:35: PM
In self pollinated species, pollination is occuring on the same plant. Geographical isolation can occur only between different organisms. Hence it will not be a major factor for speciation.
Gographical isolation is not a major factor in the speciation of an organism that reproduces asexually since asexual reproduction does not require two organisms to reproduce. It involves only a single organism. Barriers can only form between different organisms. Moreover asexually reproducing organisms pass on the parental DNA to offspring which gives no chance of speciation.Hence geographical isolation is not a major factor for speciation here.
Answered by | 5th Jan, 2010, 10:55: AM
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