Asked • 06/08/19

Do changes in an organism's cell modify the genetic information it uses for reproduction?

What I'm actually interested about is whether a modification in one cell during the life of an **asexually** reproducing organism affects its genetic information? Which cell's genetic information is used during reproduction like budding, for example in the case of *Hydra*. Or does the incidental advantage it could have given rise to disappear with the death of the organism?

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Geffre J. answered • 06/08/19

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