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03:28 AM Aug 19

How do plants reproduce asexually?

The most common form of reproduction in some plants is asexual, by runners, side shoots, bulbs or tubers.
Asexual reproduction generates individuals that are genetically identical to the mother plant (these are also known as clones).

The most common form of reproduction in some plants is asexual, by runners, side shoots, bulbs or tubers.
Asexual reproduction generates individuals that are genetically identical to the mother plant (these are also known as clones).

 

 

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