Plant reproduction is the production of new individuals or offspring in plants,
which can be accomplished by sexual or asexual reproduction. Sexual
reproduction produces offspring by the fusion of g...
Sexual reproduction combines the genetic materials of two plants. Tulips also
contain both male and female parts, which allows the plant to reproduce
Plants can reproduce asexually, without the fertilization of gametes, by either ...
compared with plants produced from sexual reproduction because they carry
genes ... (a) The corm of a garlic plant looks similar to (b) a tulip bulb, but the
corm is ...
Bulb plants, like tulips (Tulipa spp.) ... But other plants reproduce only asexually,
without a grain of pollen in sight. All true bulb ... How Do Plants Reproduce?
Along with Tulips, daffodils are one of the first flowers seen in the spring. ...
Propagation. Daffodils can be propagated both sexually and asexually. Following
All plant organs have been used for asexual reproduction, but stems are the most
common. ... by asexual means in order to keep particularly desirable traits (e.g.,
flower color, ... It will get all its water and minerals from the root system of the
stock. ... In this species, reproduction by parthenogenesis is more rapid than
If you are an organism, you will need to reproduce. Otherwise, there will ... That
type is asexual reproduction. (2) The second ... The most advanced of the plants
have their own way of sexually reproducing. It is a very fancy ... If it goes to
another flower of the same species, that pollen can land on the stigma. From that
The reasoning for mostly only carrying out asexual reproduction is because C.
sativus ... A corm, much like bulbs of tulips, are a top shaped structure that is
planted ... to sustain living in new conditions, saffron can undergo sexual
Bees get pollen from flowers and help them to reproduce. But what do ... It's
called sexual reproduction. ... The tulip itself has merely done what any flower
does: evolve alongside a particular culture's (or for that matter, animal's) ideal of
Any of the systems, sexual or asexual, by which plants reproduce. ... A
comparative treatment of the two patterns of reproductive systems will introduce
the terms ...