Why doesn’t mitosis lead to biological progress?

Mitosis does not lead to biological progress, because it is a sexless type of reproduction, i.e. it does not exchange genetic information between two individuals. During mitosis, two copies of it are obtained from one organism, which practically do not differ from the mother’s organism. Thus, mitosis, unlike meiosis, does not lead to biological progress.

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