5 years ago in The Living World

Two plants can be conclusively said to belong to the same species if they

[A] Have more than 90 percent similar genes
[B] Can reproduce freely with each other and form seeds
[C] Have same number of chromosomes
[D] Look similar and possess identical secondary metabolites
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Mahantesh janjeer
Mahantesh janjeer - 2 years ago

Mahantesh janjeer from Bengaluru, India is saying Can reproduce freely with each other and form seeds is correct answer

Rhye
Rhye - 3 years ago

Rhye from San Fernando, Philippines is saying Have more than 90 percent similar genes is correct answer

RAJASELVI DURGA
RAJASELVI DURGA - 3 years ago

RAJASELVI DURGA from Chennai, India is saying Look similar and possess identical secondary metabolites is correct answer

Ambalika Thakur
Ambalika Thakur - 3 years ago

Ambalika Thakur from Hoshiarpur, India is saying Have same number of chromosomes is correct answer

Nandini Powar
Nandini Powar - 3 years ago

Nandini Powar is saying Have more than 90 percent similar genes is correct answer

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