michaeljordan23
  • michaeljordan23
Why is meiosis important for organisms? It allows for genetic variation among organisms. It determines which genes are dominant and which are recessive. It produces genetically identical cells. It provides a means of asexual reproduction.
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amurciano2
  • amurciano2
Produces genetically identical cells
amurciano2
  • amurciano2
Woops wrong answer
amurciano2
  • amurciano2
Genetic variation

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michaeljordan23
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Do you know the answer?
michaeljordan23
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Ok thanks
anonymous
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Yeah the answer is Genetic variation like @amurciano2 said.

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