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Vegetative propagation in Bryophyllum takes place by :-
Vegetative reproduction is a type of asexual reproduction in which new plants are formed from the vegetative parts like, tubers, runners, suckers, rhizomes etc. Adventitious leaf buds are produced on the notches of Bryophyllum leaf. These adventitious buds can be used for vegetative propagation. The buds can develop into individual plants when favourable conditions are provided.
Thus, the correct answer is option b.
The group of petals is called :-
During grafting, the portion of plant that is grafted is called :-
In roses, the method commonly used to produce new plants is :-
Pollen grains are produced by :-
Which one is applicable to insect pollinated flowers :
The group of sepals is called :-
Which of the following produces male gametes in a flower :-
During pollination, pollen grains get carried to which part of the carpel ?
At the time of entering into ovule, pollen tube has :
The transfer of pollen grains from anther to stigma is termed :-
Fertilization in plants occurs in the :-
Stem cutting are commonly used for propagation in :-
Vegetative reproduction in plants like citrus, jasmine and grapevine is done by the process of :-
Asexual reproduction are :
Binary fission occurs in :
Multiple fission occurs in :
In which of the following reproduction parental identity is lost :
Which of the following organisms shows budding :
Condom is a method of control that falls under the following category:
The testes perform the following function/functions:
Where does fertilisation take place in human beings?
In Spirogyra, asexual reproduction, takes place by .................
Which part of the flower forms the fruit ?
After fertilization ovule grows into :-
In ................. method a cutting part of a plant is grafted on the other plant part.
Which is a part of stamen :
Asexual reproduction involves :
The common passage for sperms and urine in the male reproductive system is: