The concept map is a diagrammatic representation showing the relationship between each concept. In this concept map, students can quickly learn and understand how different plants complete their life cycle.
Reproduction is one of the most fundamental processes carried out by living organisms. However, there are differences in the way living organisms exhibit the process. In plants, reproduction is carried out via two modes:
Sexual Mode – New plants are obtained from seeds.
Asexual Mode – New plants are obtained without producing seeds.
Let us learn more in detail about reproduction in plants in this concept map.
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The concept map of reproduction in plants is concise and easy to remember. It serves to guide students in understanding the concepts of reproduction in flowering plants in a more accessible and better way.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Vegetative Propagation?
Vegetative propagation is an asexual method of a plant’s reproduction that occur through the vegetative parts such as roots, stems, leaves and buds.
What Is Pollination?
Transferring pollen grains across the male part of a flower called the anther to the female part called the stigma of the same flower or flowers of different plants is called pollination.
What Are Different Types Of Asexual Reproduction In Plants?
The different modes of asexual reproduction in plants are:
Natural modes of asexual reproduction
The natural methods of asexual reproduction include budding, fragmentation, spore formation and vegetative propagation.
Artificial modes of asexual reproduction
The natural methods of asexual reproduction include cutting, grafting, layering and micropropagation.