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|dw:1378856364253:dw| 1.) Would you expect the plants that grow from i) be identical to eachother? 2) Give a reason for your answer. 3) Would you expect the plants grown from ii) be identical no eachother? 4) Would you expect the plants that grow from i) be identical to the ones that grow from ii) 5) How can you get new plants by using ii) ? 6) What would be the advantage to a farmer having such a plant as shown in the diagram above? Thank you so very much! please help! by the way, the topic is Tissue Culture.
I'm not for sure on my answers...but I could tell you anyway.
yea sure go ahead 'cause i really don't undertand how to answer these questions :$
They are a bit confusing, I must agree. What exactly did it say in the reading about the diagram?
well there wasn't a reading just questions and the diagram with no caption
Hmm...well, wait a sec. @dwagonslaya420 You might know better about this kind of thing than I would. Can you help out, please? :)
I think he's offline :(
Hm...when do you need this turned in?
tomorrow.....i have another question which i will do myself but for this i'm clueless
I just don't want to give you the wrong answer...cause I'm not positive... >:/
i know what you mean.....it seems as though all those brainiacs on openstudy is in an ignoring mood :( whenever i ask a question, they ignore :( and i end up waiting loooong for a reply.
Same here! I know exactly what you're talking about... :/
@greeneyes<3 @timo86m help my friend out?
@abb0t where did you go? help my friend out?
Ill help u....give me 10 mins....brb
in the first case...fruits are a result of fertilization..so there is a variation occuring in the genetic makeup(due to meiosis). in the second case they would be identical because the root cells are formed due to mitosis in which there is no genetic variation occuring. q4) not necessary they would be identical q5)vegetative propagation