Characters that Are Transmitted from Parents to Offspring During Sexual Reproduction Show : (A) Only Similarities with Parents (B) Only Variations with Parents (C) Both Similarities and Variations with Parents (D) Neither Similarities Nor Variations with Parents - Science

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Characters that are transmitted from parents to offspring during sexual reproduction show :
(a) only similarities with parents
(b) only variations with parents
(c) both similarities and variations with parents
(d) neither similarities nor variations with parents

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Solution

(c) both similarities and variations with parents
Offsprings produced by sexual reproduction show similarities as well as variations with parents.

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Chapter 3: How do Organisms Reproduce? - Exercise 2 [Page 172]

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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Biology (Science)
Chapter 3 How do Organisms Reproduce?
Exercise 2 | Q 75 | Page 172

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