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Asexual Reproduction

Reproduction in Organisms
Biology
Class 12

Overview

Define asexual reproduction and clone, explain cell division in single-celled organisms (binary fission, budding, encystation, sporulation), describe the asexual reproductive structures in Kingdom Fungi and simple plants (zoospores, conidia, buds and gemmules), describe fragmentation in hydra and propagation of water hyacinth, describe vegetative propagation in plants using vegetative propagules (runner, rhizome, sucker, tuber, offset, bulb), provide examples of vegetative propagation in plants - potato, banana, ginger, bryophyllum.

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Asexual Mode of Reproduction in Organisms

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