What is the difference between vegetative reproduction and asexual reproduction?
Asexual reproduction is a method of reproduction where only a single parent is involved. It occurs in the absence of seeds. The offspring obtained is the clone of its parent. No meiosis or fertilization takes place and there is no sharing of gametes.
Vegetative reproduction is a type of asexual reproduction and takes place in plants only where parts of plants fall off and develop into new plants. In vegetative reproduction, the cells do not split off but form an extension of the vegetative parts which give rise to new plants.
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