Q. 44.0( 7 Votes )
The ‘eye’ of the potato plant is what
A. the root is to any plant.
B. the bud is to a flower.
C. the bud is to Bryophyllum leaf.
D. the anther is to stamen.
The ‘eye’ of the potato and the buds in the margin of leaves of Bryophyllum plant can produce new plants by vegetative propagation. Plants produced from vegetative propagation takes less time to grow when compared to the plants produced from seeds.
Eye of the potato(left) and buds of Bryophyllum leaf(right)
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