Q. 5 F

What are the different modes of asexual reproduction? Cite them with examples. (AS1)

Vegetative propagation:

Answer :

Vegetative propagation: The mode of reproduction in which vegetative propagules rather than seeds are used to grow plants. It is useful to grow seedless plants, the plant who have lost the ability to produce seeds or to grow a number of plants in a short duration. It can be both natural such as in Bryophyllum, strawberries, or artificial such as grafting, layering etc.



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