Subject: How do seedless oranges reproduce?
Date: Fri Apr 9 22:48:07 1999
Posted by Sarah
Grade level: 10-12
School: Sam Barlow High School
City: Gresham State/Province: OR
Area of science: General Biology
I have learned that fruits and vegetables are created by
mutations that are stimulated by mutagens. Is this how
seedless oranges were first created? And how are more seedless
oranges grown if there are no seeds?
Re: How do seedless oranges reproduce?
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