Asexual propagation is a type of plant reproduction using roots, stems, or leaves of a parent plant. Asexual propagation produces a genetically identical plant to the parent plant. Various asexual propagation methods exist such as growth from tubers, bulbs, rhizomes, and stolons, taking stem cuttings, leaf cuttings, cane cuttings, grafting, division, layering, and tissue culture.
- Plant propagation project journal (Science NetLinks)
- Vegetative propagation lab (New Jersey Center for Teaching & Learning)
- Common list of houseplants with specific propagation methods (MU Extension)
- Vegetative propagation methods
Lecture Discussion, Paired or Small Group Discussion, Demonstration, Field Trip, Resource People, Experiment, Supervised Study