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Natural vegetative propagation is a type of asexual process of reproduction occuring naturally in plants in which non-reproductive parts of the plant take part in reproduction. And the offsprings are genetically and morphologically similar to their parents.

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  1. Vegetative reproduction in plant is a type of asexual reproduction in which new individual develops from any vegetative part of the parent plant.
  2. The units of vegetative propagation in plant which give rise to new offsprings are called progagules.
  3. These include bulb, tuber, offset, sucker, rhizome, runner.
  4. Examples: Vegetative propagation in Bryophyllum takes plant through leaves.
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