Vegetative Reproduction In Plants

On this occasion I will share about the work Mandau Vegetative Reproduction in Plants.

Natural Vegetative reproduction. Reproduction of this type do not involve a mixture of human hands. Natural vegetative reproduction include the formation of buds, sugarcane, cassava stems, leaves cocor duck, laos.

Roots Live:

Live roots or rhizomes or rhizome is a horizontal stem that grows like the roots in the soil. Of this section, which shoots grow into a new individual, such as the rosary bungga, galangal, and ginger.

Trunk bulbs:

Stem or tuber tubers are food reserves stored in the trunk and it is located in the ground. If the bulb is planted, it can grow into a new plant shoots. Examples of plants that reproduce by tubers are potatoes and cassava.

Reproduction with Leaf:

The edges of the leaves will grow, for example cocor duck. Meristematis nature. Consequently, from the edges of the leaves can grow shoots and roots that would be separate from induyknya to form a new plant. Such Peproduksi also called reproduction through budding advintif.

Artificial Vegetative Reproduction:

Reproduction of this type of human being deliberately done to obtain new plants bersifatnya same parent. The new plants taken from mother plants that have grown large, so that the new plant will quickly result in the same properties as the parent. The following describes examples of artificial vegetative growth.


  Grafting performed on dikotil plants by removing most of the skin and kabium in a circle on a branch. Then the wound area covered by soil or other media and tied and left to grow roots.


How this is done with merundukan branch plants down so that it touches the ground. Stem is covered with earth, especially the part that has the segment. In the segment will grow akara and shoots.

Stick and connect:
Sticking (grafting) and aims to connect two similar plants mengambungkan properties or semarga. Opulasi principle is emnumbuhkan the plants in other plants. Usually, the part that is ditemnpelkan buds. The principle is to move the connecting end of the branch or the end of a branch of a plant on the top branches of other plants. Then, the connection is bound.


Is the most common because it is easy kerjakan.Kita dilalakukan just cut the branch about 20 cm deep in the ground and membenamkanya cm.Arah 5-10 buds should be facing up.

Tissue culture:

Plant hormones encourage the advancement of agricultural experts to develop patterns of vegetative production through tissue culture techniques. The network is extracted from the leaves, stems, roots, or other plant parts. Through this technique can produce plants that are very much in a short time.

Vegetative Breeding Animal and Plant Level Low Cut yourself and fragmentation

Example: splitting organisms, protozoa, algae blue (bacteria). While fragmentation is by chopping his body, eg algae (algae) and planaria (flatworms). Tunas, eg Hydra and yeast (Saccharomyces).


Breeding with spores include: mold, algae, moss and fern. In fungi, spores formed inside the box spores (sporangium). In algae (algae), the spores fitted with a motion in the form of fur or feathers vibrating whip so that it can move, these spores called zoospores. On the nail, usually spores located on the lower leaves, appear as dark spots called sorus. Sorus is protected indisium.

Advantages reproduce vegetatively:
1- newly acquired properties similar to the parent offspring
2- obtain faster results (fruitful)
3- Losses reproduce vegetatively:
4- the plant was not as solid as when planted from seed.

number of new derivatives obtained in the limited time parent plants will suffer if too much of the plant that are cuttings or grafted

Such acknowledgments Above article is about the structure of monocot seeds, hopefully this article can provide useful information for us all

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