Sexual Reproduction & Chromosomes in Plants Watch

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Hi, I haven't seen this question anywhere else. It's 8C ii that I need help with. It's from the June 2013 paper and I got it as homework. I have no idea except for the face that Species A has half as many chromosomes as Species B. I didn't know there could be a situation where a plant would grow that cannot sexually reproduce. Help please, it's due in in about 2 hours!

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Species B has chromosomes that cannot be paired up. Gametes cannot be produced and so no reproduction can take place.
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Species B has chromosomes that cannot be paired up. Gametes cannot be produced and so no reproduction can take place.
Thank you so much, that's just what I needed.
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