[Answer] Organisms that reproduce sexually are different from organisms that reproduce asexually in that sexually reproducing organisms have A. a larger number of

Organisms that reproduce sexually are different from organisms that
reproduce asexually in that sexually reproducing organisms have
A. a larger number of offspring
G. offspring that are nearly identical to their parent
V. more genetic variation among their offspring
E. offspring that are perfectly adapted to their parents’ habitat

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