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Unformatted text preview: endosperm tissue that will provide energy for the embryo's growth and development. Pollen tube with haploid male gametophyte nuclei. Vegetative Propagation Many plants also have an asexual method of reproduction. Often some species, such as many orchids, are more frequently propagated vegetatively than via seeds. Tubers are fleshy underground stems, as in the Irish potato. Leaflets are sections of leaf will develop roots and drop off the plant, effectively cloning the plant. Runners are shoots running along or over the surface of the ground that will sprout a plantlet, which upon settling to the ground develop into a new independant plant...
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