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Chapter 15 Plant Propagation
Asexual Reproduction Cuttings Grafting Budding Layering Division Rhizomes Stolons Tillers or Suckers
Cuttings Stem Cuttings Tip Cuttings Medial Cuttings Cane Cuttings Single Eye Double Eye Heel Cutting Leaf Cutting Whole Leaf with Petiole Whole Leaf without Petiole Split Vein Leaf Section Root Cutting
Types of Cuttings
Types of leaf cuttings
Leaf bud cutting
Grafting & Budding Grafting –Scion –Bud Union –Rootstock
Types of grafts Whip Bark Cleft T-Budding Patch-budding
Budding Patch Budding Chip Budding T-Budding
Layering Tip Layering Simple Layering Mound layering Air Layering
Other Natural Propagation Methods Runners Suckers Crowns
Stolons and runners
Propagation using Specialized stems Bulbs Corms Tubers Tuberous roots Rhizomes
Micro propagation Tissue Culture
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Objective Discuss methods of asexual propagation using plants that are typically reproduced asexually.
By: Johnny M. Jessup Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor
Asexual Reproduction in Plants Quiz 14B. Asexual Reproduction little genetic variation has genes identical to its parent’s.
Plant Growth and Development
Types of Asexual Reproduction 3/17/2008. Do Now: MeiosisMitosis Forms sex cells (sperm and eggs) ½ the number of chromosomes compared to the parent cell.
Chapter 27: Vegetative propagation Leaving Certificate Biology Higher Level.
Seed Propagation Many horticulture plants are propagated by seeds. Seed germination depends on factors like maturity, viability, availability of water,
SEXUAL & ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION
Plants can reproduce asexually with stems, leaves, or roots.
Grafting Matt Jakubik. History ancient technique practiced as early as 1,000 BC employed widely by the Romans centuries later.
Asexual propagation. Why use asexual propagation? Uniformity Propagate non-seed producing plants Avoid seedborne diseases To create insect or disease.
Objective 4.02: Use sexual and asexual methods of propagation
PLANT PROPAGATION Propagation The multiplication of a kind or species. Reproduction of a species.
Why we propagate plants.
GREENHOUSE MANAGEMENT Asexual Propagation. Objectives Define terms associated with asexual propagation. Explain how the different methods of asexual propagation.
Asexual vs. Sexual Reproduction Differentiate between the processes of sexual and asexual reproduction of flowering plants.
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