Asexual propagation

Segment: 8. Plant Culture & Propagation, Standard: Demonstrate plant propagation techniques. (Technical II.C.1) Demonstrate plant propagation techniques. (Pathway II.C.4)

Description

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.

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Teaching Methods

Lecture Discussion, Paired or Small Group Discussion, Demonstration, Field Trip, Resource People, Experiment, Supervised Study

Tags: agriculture food and natural resources education, curriculum

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