Asexual Reproduction in Plants

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  • Q1

    Vegetative propagation takes place by roots in

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    Answer:

    sweet potato

    Explanation:

    In sweet potatoes, the roots bear adventitious buds from which new plants can develop when it is buried in the moist soil.

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  • Q2

    The vegetative part of plant includes

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    Answer:

    leaf

    Explanation:

    Leaf is the vegetative part of plant. Vegetative parts are involved in growth and other functional activities such as photosynthesis, absorption, etc.

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  • Q3

    The reproductive part of plant is

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    Answer:

    flower

    Explanation:

    Flower is the reproductive part of plant. Stamen is the male reproductive part consisting of anther and filament. Carpel/pistil is the female reproductive part consisting of stigma, style and ovary.

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  • Q4

    In asexual reproduction, offspring are

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    Answer:

    exactly same as parent plant

    Explanation:

    In asexual reproduction, offspring are exactly same as parent plant because they are produced from a single parent only. Therefore, the new individual produced is genetically identical to the parent plant.

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  • Q5

    Budding is found in

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    Answer:

    yeast

    Explanation:

    Budding is a process in which a bud arises from the parent’s body and then gives rise to a new individual is called budding.

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