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Posted by Jane on Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 2:57pm.

"Reproductive cells and somatic cells are not separated early in development, as they are in animals。 Instead, plant somatic cells that have undergone many rounds of mitosis can undergo meiosis and produce gametes."

This is said in my notes under properties of plants that make this mode of speciation possible. Can someone explain this please?

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