Some plants don't need both a male and female to reproduce - they can do it alone. Which plants can do this and how do they manage it?
- Plants use a variety of methods to reproduce.
- Methods include sexual and asexual reproduction and self-pollination.
- Asexual reproduction is when one parent plant creates clones of itself.
- In asexual reproduction, no sex cells or other parent plants are needed.
Flowering plants have developed various methods of reproduction.
The first is sexual reproduction, which involves both male and female plant parts, and can produce genetically varied offspring.
Genetic variation in offspring
Sexual reproduction is usually between two parent plants.
But in some habitats, plants may not have another individual of the same ...
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