why dont we find many variations in asexual reproduction?
Asked by | 26th Feb, 2013, 02:27: PM
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.
Answered by | 27th Feb, 2013, 10:53: AM
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