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any species reproduce only asexually?

Cereoid+1+ cereoid at prodigy.net
Tue Aug 6 07:54:39 EST 2002

Sure, there are many plants that reproduce only asexually. Many of them are
sterile polyploids.

Tristan <hamlet2b at videotron.ca> wrote in message
news:hkI39.2721$qu1.136901 at weber.videotron.net...
> Hello,
> I have been debating with a friend about whether or not any plants
> only asexually, or whether all plants have some mechanism of sexual
> reproduction.  Our research has unveiled many forms of asexual
> but there is usually an implication that the same plants also reproduce
> sexually.  Are there any species anyone knows of that reproduce only
> asexually?
> Thanks

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