What an example of an organism that can reproduce asexually?

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poinsettias.
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Algae is a plantlike organism that reproduces asexually.
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I agree with the answers above, but here are a few more thoughts. Muller's ratchet: accumulation of deleterious mutations by drift Consider a population that has two irreversible,
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There is a species of whiptail lizard that reproduce asexually. The offspring are a clone of the mother. Highly unusual in vertebrates. Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whiptail_li
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