how is grafting asexual reproduction as it involves mixing of 2 species
Asked by totawadswapnil | 22nd Oct, 2020, 03:23: PM
Grafting is an artificial method of asexual reproduction used to produce plants combining favorable stem characteristics with favorable root characteristics. The stem of the plant to be grafted is known as the scion, and the root is called the stock. Since grafting does not involve the union of male and female germ cells is cannot be regarded as sexual reproduction. It is a form of asexual reproduction.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 23rd Oct, 2020, 11:16: AM
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