Reproduction: Explain why asexually reproducing organisms are generally found in environments that do not change very much through time, while sexually reproducing organisms are very successful in environments that change dramatically through time.
The offspring of the organism is an exact copy of the parent in asexual reproduction. Essentially there is no genetic diversity. If all organisms are nearly the same, then they are all suited to one type of environment. Sometimes there happen to be mutations in a species. If the environment only suits that mutated organism, the other non-mutated organisms will die off, leaving the mutated organism left, which will then reproduce and create more of that kind.Thus asexually reproducing organisms are generally found in...
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