Asexual Reproduction Tiffany lI

Types of asexual reproduction: Binary, budding and vegetative propagation.

Binary fission only happens in certain cells, such as paramecium. There would be one parent cell. The parent cell would separate into two. Then the reproduction is done. Two new cells are formed.

The second type of asexual reproduction is budding. A cell copies itself but attaches to it's original cell. It keeps repeating this step, so the cells make up a chain of buds.

Just like the picture behind, the more cells reproduce to make a new plant that is attached to the parent plant.

There are different types of vegetation propagation. I will give two examples

There is a type of vegetation propagation where the stem of the parent plant extends and touches the ground. When it touches the ground, it grows roots then into a new plant.

There is also another kind of vegetation propagation. This time, instead of growing and reproducing itself, this process has to be joined with artificial human made materials. This process is mostly used when we need a new plant with characteristics of both parent plants.

There are lots of different types of Asexual Reproduction to learn, these are some examples I provide today.

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