# In a multicellular organism, the dna in every cell is essentially the same. how does the cell theory

In a multicellular organism, the dna in every cell is essentially the same. how does the cell theory

explain this?

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1. Expert says:

a

explanation:

many plants naturally reproduce this way, but it can also be induced artificially. horticulturalists have developed asexual propagation techniques that use vegetative plant parts to replicate plants. success rates and difficulty of propagation vary greatly. monocotyledons typically lack a vascular cambium and therefore are harder to propagate.

2. icantspeakengles says:

DNA and RNA Replication

Explanation: The Cell theory supports the theory of DNA and  RNA replication, which helps to explain why the DNA is the same

3. Calebmf9195 says:

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4. Expert says:

it has one origin of replication, but it proceeds in two directions - d)

$Which statement about the dna replication process in prokaryotes is true ? a) it has multiple orig$