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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegetative_reproduction

Vegetative reproduction is any form of asexual reproduction occurring in plants in which a new plant grows from a fragment of the parent plant or grows from a specialized reproductive structure (such as a stolon, rhizome, tuber, corm, or bulb ). It can occur naturally or be induced by horticulturists.

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Sep 24, 2013 ... Propagation can be via sexual or asexual means. Over the years, horticulturalists have developed asexual propagation methods that use vegetative plant ... plants can reproduce this way naturally, but vegetative propagation ...

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May 17, 2017 ... Vegetative propagation involves reproduction through vegetative .... These plantlets drop to the ground and can grow into a new plant.

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But unlike humans, plants can propagate using asexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction happens whenever a new organism is made without going through  ...

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Vegetative propagation or vegetative reproduction is the process of ... Among seed plants, vegetative propagation by natural methods is very common. .... A longitudinal cut can also be made in branch and wet moss can be placed under the ...

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Asexual Plant Reproduction: Vegetative Propagation and Bulbs ..... Irises can reproduce sexually through pollen and seeds but sometimes will use rhizomes to  ...

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Vegetative propagation or asexual propagation is the method of reproducing plants ... Through marcotting, budding and grafting, new plants can be produced  ...

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Roots such as corms, stem tubers, rhizomes, and stolon undergo vegetative reproduction. Some plants can produce seeds without fertilization via apomixis ...

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In plants such as Bryophyllum (also known as "mother of thousands") or the ... garlic, tulip, daffodil, and hyacinth, the bulb is the unit of vegetative propagation. ... Black Raspberry and blackberry plants (among many other plants) can spread by ...