What are the different types of vegetative propagation?

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Bulbs: Short stems underground. Exp: Onions. Runners: Horizontal stems above the ground. Exp: Strawberries. Tubers: underground stems. Exp: Potatoes. Grafting: Cut a stem and attach it to a closely related plant. Exp: Seedless oranges.
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Bulbs: Short stems underground. Exp: Onions. Runners: Horizontal stems above the ground. Exp: Strawberries. Tubers: underground stems. Exp: Potatoes. Grafting: ...
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