How Can Some Plants Reproduce without Seeds?

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Some plants can reproduce without seeds because they do not need them. Many plants release spores. These spore fall from the parent plant and plant themselves in a new location similar to the way seeds do.
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How Can Some Plants Reproduce Without Seeds?
Almost half the plant species in the world reproduce asexually, without creating seeds. Seed-bearing plants can also reproduce asexually under certain conditions. The daughter plants resulting from asexual reproduction are genetically identical to the... More »
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Some plants can reproduce without seeds by growing roots off of cuttings or leaves. Other plants will have roots that grow out from the plant and grow babies from there. Those kind are never actually independent of the plant until the mother plant dies.
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