Averytheboss123
  • Averytheboss123
Two plants are growing near one another in a park. One has small pink flowers, while the other has large blue flowers. From this description, can you tell if these plants are from the same species? Explain how you know! Please answer this as fast as you can.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
No. While difference in appearance may be evidence, the definition of a species is a group of individuals which can interbreed to produce fertile offspring. Without breeding the plants, you have no way of knowing.
Averytheboss123
  • Averytheboss123
ok
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  • Averytheboss123
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