genetic variation and biotechnology

a species of organism only reproduces asexually. due to a change in the environment, some organisms are starting to die. predict how the other organisms of the species will do?
a. they will probably die because they have the same genes.
B.other organisms are likely to survive because they have two parents' genes.
C.the species have a mixture of alleles of genes that allow some to adapt.
D.all organisms in the species will die due to mutation.

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  1. A. they will probably die because they have the same genes.

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  2. agree

    posted by PsyDAG

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