1. Reproduction by cloning. 2. The means by which hybrid roses are reproduced through either budding or growing a cutting on its own roots.
reproducing by processes that do not involve the union of individuals or germ cells
reproduction which does not involve the fusion of male and female cells. For example, budding and fission are methods of reproducing asexually.
Production of offspring by cloning, budding or other means that does not involve the combination of genetic material from two individuals.
A type of reproduction involving only one parent that usually produces genetically identical offspring. Asexual reproduction occurs without meiosis or syngamy, and may happen though budding, by the division of a single cell, or the breakup of an entire organism into two or more parts.
Asexual or vegetative reproduction in lichens may be by 1) simple fragmentation of the thallus, 2) the development of soralia which contain minute powdery propagules (soredia), and 3) the development of numerous small, simple or branched-coralloid, corticate isidia. These methods involve the dissemination of the united mycobiont and photobiont. The position, shape, texture, and color of the soralia and isidia are often diagnostic. A number of species also develop immersed, flask-shaped pycnidia in which numerous, often charateristically-shaped conidia develop. (Conidia are asexual spores)
Duplicating a plant from any cell, tissue or organ of that plant.
A type of reproduction that involves only one parent and produces offspring that are genetically identical to the parent.
Reproduction without fertilisation, especially relevant to cuttings and other types of vegetative reproduction.
Not involving the fusion of male and female gametes, as in vegetative reproduction and cloning.
Propagation of plants from vegetative parts, such as stems, leaves or roots; or from modified stems such as bulbs, tubers, rhizomes and stolons. This is accomplished without union of gametes (syn: asexual regeneration).
A method of reproduction where a 1N cell produces two to four cells with the same chromosome number. This can be by binary fission of a motile stage or a nonmotile stage. In many armoured dinokonts the original cell divides along predetermined sutures and then each half produces a new half with new thin plates.
Reproduction in which a mother cell divides to produce two identical daughter cells that are clones of the mother cell. This type of reproduction is common in single-celled organisms. Compare sexual reproduction.
Reproducing by means other than sex (splitting, fission).
the type of reproduction that is accomplished by an individual without genetic contribution from another individual. The resulting offspring of asexual reproduction are genetically identical to the parent plant.
Reproduction that does not depend on the coming together of male and female sex cells. [KR
reproduction without the fusion of gametes
Any form of reproduction not involving the union of gametes.
Reproduction involving the cells of a single parent
Reproduction lacking any form of sexual fusion between male and female gametes.
Relating to, produced by, or involving reproduction that occurs without the union of male and female gametes, as in binary fission or budding
reproduction without the meeting of egg and sperm, usually creating an exact genetic copy of the original; cloning is asexual reproduction.
Reproduction in which a cell doubles its contents and then divides into two identical cells. 10, 192
Nuclear or cytoplasmic division to produce two or more identical cells (mitosis).
Involving or reproducing by reproductive processes (as cell division, spore formation, fission or budding) that do not involve the union of germ cells or egg and sperm.
A natural process by which some plants and animals produce offspring within themselves, without the production of eggs or without fertilization from another plant or animal.
Asexual means having no sex or sex organs, therefore asexual reproduction would be reproducing by means other than sex.
reproduction without the union of male and female gametes; reproduce without sex by fragmentation or budding
A method of reproduction in which genetically identical offspring are produced from a single parent; occurs by many mechanisms, including fission, budding, and fragmentation.
a type of reproduction where an organism replicates itself, by budding or dividing, without the involvement of other organisms.
Reproduction of a plant or animal without fusion of male and female gamete. It includes vegetative propagation, cell and tissue culture.
reproduction that requires only one organism
any form of reproduction that does not require the union of male and female reproductive material
Reproduction that does not involve gametes.
Reproduction not initiated by the union of oocyte and sperm. Reproduction in which all (or virtually all) the genetic material of an offspring comes from a single progenitor.
reproduction whereby new individuals are derived from a single parent without the production of gametes or reproductive structures
any type of reproduction not involving the union of gametes or mitosis
the type of reproduction involving only one parent, which produces genetically identical offspring by budding or division of a single cell or the entire organism into two or more parts; in terms of a genetic individual (genome), a form of growth that is sometimes called "replicate copy growth."
A type of reproduction involving only one parent that ususally produces genetically identical offspring. Asexual reproduction occurs without fertilization or genetic recombination, and may occur by budding, by division of a single cell, or by the breakup of a whole organism into two or more new individuals.
expansion of the leaves, stems, roots, and rhizomes of the plant by cell division. dventitious- developing in an irregular or unusual position especially in reference to buds and roots
The typical method of daylily plant propagation that involves vegetative division of a clump, rooting of proliferations, or cutting of mature crowns. Asexual propagation produces clones, i.e., plants that are identical in all attributes to the mother plant and to one another. Daylilies cannot be propagated true-to-form from seed.
Asexual reproduction (also known as agamogenesis) is a form of reproduction which does not involve meiosis, haploid formation, or fertilization. In laymen's terms, there is only one "cell" involved. This form of reproduction is common among simple organisms such as amoebae, bacteria, and other single-celled organisms, and most plants reproduce asexually as well (see vegetative reproduction).