Strictly Speaking the Phrase like Begets like Refers to?

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Strictly speaking the phrase like begets like refers to asexual reproduction in animals or plants. The idea is that an animal or plant that reproduces without the need for sexual intercourse or some other method of outside fertilization will produce an offspring that share the same characteristics as themselves. Plants are the best illustration of this as one flower or tree looks like the other with little noticeable change or difference. They send out their seeds, most often carried by wind and where they land, plants the same kind of flower.
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