Asexual reproduction can be an advantage to bacteria if it enables them

Asexual reproduction can be an advantage to bacteria if it enables them to

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Solution 1

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Weather the bacteria be good or bad, asexual reproduction allows them to produce others, not only identical to them but, in large quantities efficiently.

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