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Plants grow from runners and leaf cuttings have the same traits as the parent plant. Plants grown from seeds can vary from the parent plants in many ways. Why?

In Science | Asked by Dr. John Carmen
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Plants produced by asexual reproduction are the result of mitosis. Plants grown from seeds vary from their parents, because seeds are produced by sexual reproduction.

Dr. John Carmen | 1423 days ago

Plants grown from runners and leaf cuttings have the same traits as the parent plant. Plants grown from seeds can vary from the parent plants in many ways. Why can this happen?

 

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