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Form & Function in Flowering Plants ? Reproduction: Responses Plant Reproduction: Vegetative reproduction: The process of fragmentation, whereby small pieces of the organism form a complete new organism is common in both lower plants and lower animals. As both plants and animals became more specialized they generally lost the capacity to reproduce by fragmentation. In some plants specialized structures are produced, such as buds, propagules, bulbils, gemmae and others. In flowering plants vegetative multiplication can take place via cuttings from the aerial stem, rhizome, tuber, corm, bulb, stolon, runner, leaves, or in some cases even roots. Small pieces of the structure can, through mitosis and cell

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