why do plant clones exactly resemble the plant from which they are developed?

Plants can produce identical copies of themselves by means of asexual reproduction, for example by tubers and runners. Asexual reproduction employs the use of mitosis which is an equational division that creates two identical daughter cells which resemble their parent. Thus during plant tissue culture and cloning, the cloned individual resembles its parent.

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