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Falco276

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Some organisms can reproduce both sexually and asexually. Being able to reproduce asexually is beneficial in situations where mates are not readily available. Which of the following describes the most likely consequence of undergoing only asexual reproduction over a long period of time? It will increase the frequency of genetic mutations. It will result in reduced genetic diversity within the species. It will make the species unable to reproduce sexually. It will decrease the life span of the species.

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  1. rahulchatterjee
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    It will result in reduced genetic diversity within the species.

  2. rahulchatterjee
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    because reproducing asexually will produce offsprings of nearly same genetical structure......

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