Students will be able to
- recall that asexual reproduction is carried out by single organisms,
- recall that plants can use natural vegetative propagation methods such as the production of rhizomes, offshoots, bulbs, and tubers,
- describe the formation of tubers as a method of natural vegetative propagation in plants,
- describe grafting by wedges and attachment, taking cuttings, and tissue culture as methods of artificial vegetative propagation in plants.