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Asexual Plant Reproduction: Vegetative Propagation and Bulbs

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Some plants, such as daffodils and tulips, may produce both sexually and asexually. When these plants produce through vegetative propagation, from what structure will new plants develop?

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1. Humans often manipulate plants in order to create results that are better fit for their needs. What process is often used to create new hybrids of grapes for making wine?

2. Some plants, such as strawberries, develop new flowering stems through the use of aboveground horizontal stems. Which term best describes these structures?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Many different plants, including some fruits, undergo asexual plant reproduction. In this quiz, you'll be tested on your ability to remember a number of facts about asexual plant reproduction.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When it comes to asexual reproduction in plants, this quiz is here to see how well you recall:

  • Structures developed in plants produced asexually
  • Processes used to create new hybrids
  • Other terms for vegetative propagation
  • The best environments for asexual plant reproduction

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from relevant information found in the lesson on asexual plant reproduction
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have acquired about plant structures
  • Knowledge application - apply this knowledge to answer questions about how various plants reproduce

Additional Learning

Looking for more info? The lesson called Asexual Plant Reproduction: Vegetative Propagation and Bulbs offers the following objectives:

  • Define asexual reproduction and vegetative propagation
  • Know about bulbs and plants that develop them
  • Define and examine examples of tubers, rhizomes and stolons
  • Explore examples of vegetative propagation used by humans on plants
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