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Does someone know biology really well i have about three question? Please help

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    computer simulation of plant pollination involves 2 “parent” plants. However, in nature, plants most pollination would involve many plants randomly sharing pollen, depending on the pollinator. Using a living specimen would improve understanding because Living models have variables that a computer model cannot account for. Ecosystems are simple, and computer models are complex. You will get the same results each time with a living model. Computer models are not limited by “built in” parameters

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