It depends on the type of plant. Air layering will work for all dicotyledons and polycotyledons. For many plants, other techniques work better. With some plants, break a stem almost in half and stick the broken part in the soil and leave the other part attached to the plant, and the part stuck in the ground becomes a new plant.
The most simple way would be to take a cutting of the plant you want, and replant it. This will produce a genetically identical copy (or clone) of the plant you take a cutting of.
what are the artificial reproduction of aplant
Plants, turkeys, fish, prokaryote and eukaryote cells, and a lot of things you would never think of, such as leeches.
Most plants reproduce asexually.
Most plants we encounter reproduce sexually. Some reproduce asexually. Some are capable of both.
Yes they are both used for reproduction of the animal. However plants that make seeds reproduce sexually and ones that produce spores reproduce asexually.
All seed plants have vascular tissue and seeds to reproduce. In addition they all have body plans that includes leaves, stems, and roots.
Many plants reproduce both sexually and asexually. Daylilies can be spilt into multiple plants from the tubers and roots. Geraniums can start new plants from cuttings.
Teacup pigs reproduce sexually. All animals reproduce sexually. Only plants have the ability to reproduce asexually.
No. Other plants that reproduce by anything else can.
The mustard plant drops seeds.
There are many organisms that can reproduce sexually and asexually for example roses, orhids and spider plants
Asexually. When plants reproduce, they don't have sex physically.
NO!!! Multicellular organisms can reproduce asexually too! Some plants and animals reproduce this way, and they are certainly more than one cell!
yes, they can.