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Which best describes the result of an organism reproducing through budding? A. one new offspring that is genetically different from the parent B. two new offspring that are
genetically different from the parent C. one new offspring that is identical to the parent D. two new offspring that are identical to the parent
Which best describes the result of an organism reproducing through budding? C. one new offspring that is identical to the parent
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