How Do Asexual Plants Reproduce?

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The asexual plant reproduction does not involve the union of the gametes (or sex cells). In essence, the plant can reproduce without involvement from any other individual within the plant species.

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Stems

Asexual reproduction is common for plants. All the plant organs can be used for asexual reproduction, but the most common form is with the stems of plants. The stems can arch over the tips of their plant and take over the plant; this is considered reproduction, as it created a new plant.

Bacteria

The bacteria divides asexually (without touching another individual). The viruses of the host cells within the plant can create other viruses. These organisms can then split off into two or more individuals, which can become new plants.

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