Class 7 Biology Reproduction in Plants Modes of reproduction

Modes of reproduction

Plants follow two modes of reproduction

  • Asexual reproduction – The type of reproduction in which new organisms are produced by plants without seeds.

Fig. Asexual reproduction  

  • Sexual reproduction- The type of reproduction in which new organisms develops from seeds.

Fig. sexual reproduction through seeds  

The body of plants consists of two parts – 1) Vegetative part 2) reproductive part

  • Vegetative parts involve root, stems, buds and leaves and all other parts except flowers.

Fig. Vegetative parts of plants  

  • Reproductive parts involve the flowers.

Fig. Reproductive part of a plant

Sexual reproduction takes place through flowers.

Flowers have either both male and female parts in the same flower or male or female parts in separate flowers.

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