ShadowCain
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Sexually-reproducing species have an advantage over asexually-reproducing species in their ability to A. adapt. B. increase in population quickly. C. reproduce without a mate. D. reproduce easily. I know it not B or C
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A, adapt. If the DNA's coming from more than one source then it results in more mutation/variation, which means more adaptation via selection.
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  • ShadowCain
Is it adapt

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anonymous
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Asexual organisms probability of mutation is close to none while almost every generation of sexual organisms results in multiple mutations. This means that while unadvantegeous mutations happen more often, mutations that increase an organisms chance of reproducing also happen more often.
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Thanks :)
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