For vegetative reproduction of animals and fungi, see Budding. .... A plant that
persists in a location through vegetative reproduction of individuals ... However,
as can be seen in many variegated ...
Sep 24, 2013 ... These methods are generally referred to as vegetative propagation. Many plants
can reproduce this way naturally, but vegetative propagation ...
In plants, asexual reproduction is called vegetative propagation. ... Irises can
reproduce sexually through pollen and seeds but sometimes will use rhizomes to
Vegetative propagation is a form of asexual reproduction of a plant. ... New plants
grow from parts of the parent plant. ... These plants can then be separated.
Biology article by D G Mackean introducing vegetative reproduction in plants, ...
and, because of their buds and underground food stores, can still grow after their
Plants can reproduce either sexually (through spores or seeds) or asexually ... for
plants to reproduce vegetatively, while in the tropics vegetative reproduction is ...
Vegetative propagation or vegetative reproduction is the process of ... Plants
raised through vegetative propagation are the exact genetic copies of ... A
longitudinal cut can also be made in branch and wet moss can be placed under
In plants such as Bryophyllum (also known as "mother of thousands") or the ...
onions, garlic, tulip, daffodil, and hyacinth, the bulb is the unit of vegetative
propagation. ... The axillary buds always found at the node (where the leaves
attach) can ...
Through asexual reproduction, many plants can produce genetically identical
offshoots (clones) of themselves, which then develop into independent plants.
Methods of vegetative reproduction used for herbaceous landscape plants
include .... that can provide the material for vegetative reproduction through