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Biology / Vegetative Propagation

Biology / Vegetative Propagation

„ Living things give birth to young ones by the process called reproduction. Plants reproduce asexually by - budding, spore formation, fragmentation.
Vegetative reproduction (vegetative part give rise to new ones) through leaf or stem or root
Artificial vegetative propagation- growing plants using artificial methods such as cutting, layering and grafting. Tissue culture is a modern method of vegetative reproduction.

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  • Vegetative Propagation - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Vegetative Propagation

    • Accessed by: 227 Students
    • Average Time: 00:00:51
    • Average Score: 74.33
    • Questions: 19
    • Vegetative Propagation
    • Natural vegetative propagation
    • Artificial vegetative propagation
    • Advantages and disadvantages of vegetative propagation
    • Hybridization
    • Micropropagation
    • Economic importance of propagation and hybridization
    • Biotechnology
    • Recombinant DNA technology
    • Review of vegetative propagation

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