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any species reproduce only asexually?

animaux animaux at 098wefsaopnf.net
Wed Aug 28 07:49:04 EST 2002

Plants which reproduce naturally are distinguished whether or not they are
dicots or monocots.  Some have both male and female flowers on the same plant.
Look up dicots and monocots to get a botanical explanation

On Tue, 6 Aug 2002 00:34:44 -0400, "Tristan" <hamlet2b at videotron.ca> wrote:

>I have been debating with a friend about whether or not any plants reproduce
>only asexually, or whether all plants have some mechanism of sexual
>reproduction.  Our research has unveiled many forms of asexual reproduction,
>but there is usually an implication that the same plants also reproduce
>sexually.  Are there any species anyone knows of that reproduce only

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