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Biology, 21.06.2019 23:30, fia31

Tim discovers a large group of cane plants (sometimes referred to as bamboo). he notices that all of the plants look very similar (after all, they are all cane). he also observes that the population seems to form a tight group of individual plants that seem to radiate from a central core. what is the likely mode of reproduction in this population? view available hint(s) tim discovers a large group of cane plants (sometimes referred to as bamboo). he notices that all of the plants look very similar (after all, they are all cane). he also observes that the population seems to form a tight group of individual plants that seem to radiate from a central core. what is the likely mode of reproduction in this population? sexual reproduction because the population appears to radiate from a central core, they must have grown from a bunch of seeds dropped at the same time. this is not an example of continued reproduction, but a random grouping of seeds that germinated. it is not reproduction; cane grows as a series of upright stems from a single seed. asexual reproduction

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