The bananas we eat today are clones. (16/20)

The common yellow fruits you see in the supermarket are all genetic clones of the Cavendish variety. In fact, the Cavendish was mass-produced, according to the Economist, because it does not have seeds, a desirable trait for consumers and it survives longer than its banana cousins.


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