Part A Why do some species employ both mitosis and meiosis, whereas other species use only mitosis? See Concept 13.2 (Page 258) A single-celled organism only needs mitosis. They need only mitosis to make large numbers of cells such as sperm. They need both if they are producing plant gametes. Oo oo They need meiosis if the cells are producing organs such as ovaries. They need only meiosis if they produce egg cells.
AnswerAnswer – They need both if they are producing plant gamates. Explanation
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