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What is a Clone? Why Do Offsprings Formed by Asexual Reproduction Exhibit Remarkable Similarity? - Science

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What is a clone? Why do offsprings formed by asexual reproduction exhibit remarkable similarity?

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Solution

Genetically identical organisms are called clones. Asexual reproduction involves only one parent; therefore, the resulting offspring will not only have same genes but will also be similar to each other.

Concept: Reproduction in Plant
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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Biology (Science)
Chapter 3 How do Organisms Reproduce?
Q 28.2 | Page 142
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