Asexual Reproduction

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A survey of the various types of asexual reproduction.

A survey of the various types of asexual reproduction.

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  • 1. Asexual Reproduction It only takes one
  • 2. Binary Fission (mitosis) One parent makes one daughter cell Used by one-celled organisms, like bacteria)
  • 3. Budding The offspring just pops out of the parent Examples: hydra and yeast
  • 4. Spores Spores are formed and dispersed by some plants, algae, and fungi.
  • 5. Vegetative Reproduction New individuals are made without seeds or spores
  • 6. Types of Vegetative Reproduction Runners Rhizomes Tubers Bulbs Grafting
  • 7. Runners Plant stems send out “extensions” above ground. These extensions give rise to new plants.
  • 8. Rhizomes Like runners, but underground. The runners are called stolons and they come from the roots.
  • 9. Tubers An underground, modified stem which can form buds which make new plants.
  • 10. Bulbs Underground shoot with modified leaves which are used as food for dormant plant.
  • 11. Grafting Part of one plant fuses with another plant.