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CBSE Class 10 Answered

why dont we find many variations in asexual reproduction?
Asked by | 26 Feb, 2013, 02:27: PM
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In asexual reproduction, only one cell type is involved with no input from another individual. Because no new genetic material is involved, there is very little variation in the resulting offspring.
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