Natural Methods of Vegetative Propagation in Flowering Plants
Methods of Vegetative Propagation in Plants
1) BY STEM:
The methods of vegetative propagation by stem are runners and suckers.
- i) A runner is long and thin stem, which creep along the surface of soil.
- ii) It gives off adventitious roots which may separate from parent plant and give rise to new plant.
iii) Examples are grasses, strawberry etc.
- i) Suckers are lateral branches of stem with terminal buds.
- ii) They grow from base of stems.
iii) They grow obliquely to the soil level and produce new shoots and roots and give rise to new plant.
- iv) Examples are Mint (Podina) and Banana.
2) BY LEAF:
- i) The leaf of bryophyllum has notches on its margin.
- ii) When this leaf is mature, or falls on ground, the adventitious buds appear in the notches with adventitious roots.
iii) These grow into new plants.
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