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yep, some plants don't have genetic stability in the least (meaning basically both parent plants had a bunch of dominant alleles) so each plant will express it's potential phenotypes differently. just as a brother and sister can sometimes both have different colored hair, eyes, and skin, with one a foot taller than the other.
and no need to apologize for your ignorance, friend- if you already know everything there's nothing left to learn, and that is the day life no longer holds it's sparkle
the plants will very likely have varying degrees of potency. Although this stems from the same root cause as the smell difference they aren't related in my experience. some very potent plants barely smell, while others stink to high heaven.
if you could identify the cannibinoid gene and it's associated PCR replication gene you'd be a billionaire. just surround it with an amplified expression gene and grow the most retardedly potent cannabis ever