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How Do Organisms Reproduce?

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Pattern: Vegetative Propagation
Description: Vegetative propagation is the asexual form of reproduction wherein parts of a plant other than seeds are used for the production of new plants. The method relies on the use of pieces of vegetative plant parts such as stems, leaves or roots to perpetuate the parent plants. These organs have buds that give rise to new individuals. Food crops such as cassava, sweet potato, sugarcane, pineapple, banana, onion, etc. are propagated vegetatively. Plants produced in this way have characteristics identical to the parent plants.
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Pattern: Menstruation
Description: Menstruation is also termed as 'period' or 'bleeding'. It is the process in a woman of reproductive phase wherein there is discharge of blood and other materials from the lining of the uterus, through the vagina. It occurs at about monthly interval from puberty until menopause (ceasing of regular menstrual cycles), except during pregnancy. This process lasts for about 3-5 days.
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Pattern: Structure of flowers
Description: A flower that has both male (stamens) and female (carpels) functional reproductive parts in the same flower is called a bisexual flower. A flower having any one of the reproductive part is a unisexual flower. A complete flower is a perfect flower with petals, sepals and all reproductive parts.
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