vegetative reproduction

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a·sex·u·al re·pro·duc·tion

reproduction other than by union of male and female sex cells.
Synonym(s): agamogenesis, agamogony
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vegetative reproduction

see VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION.
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The asexual reproduction of plants is made possible by a combination of two processes termed mitosis and cytokinesis.