Explain how the stem is involved in reproduction in jasmine and Chrysanthemum.
Jasmine: A slender lateral branch arises from the base of the main axis. After growing aerially for some time, it arches down to touch the ground.
Chrysanthemum: The lateral branches originate from the basal and underground portion of the main stem. It grows horizontally beneath the soil and comes out obliquely upwards to give rise to leafy shoots.
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