Asexual Propagation

Asexual Propagation - PSS-1411 Asexual Propagation November...

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PSS-1411 November 8, 2007 Asexual Propagation The asexual propagation lab was intended to experiment with different cuttings of different species of plants. Asexual propagation by definition is the identical multiplication of a plant without the use of a seed, being germinated. This method leads to rapid reproduction of a plant. There are many ways to do this however we used four different methods. These cuttings included leaves, stems, tips, and plantlets. There was thirteen different species used in this experiment including Peperomia, Wandering Traveler, Bolivian Jew, Mother of Thousands, Snake Plant, Spider Plant, Weeping Fig, Jade Plant, Chicken Gizzard, Corkscrew Willow, Euonymous, Umbrella Plant, and Ornamental Sweet Potato. The different materials used were a planting tray, potting soil, and pruners to make the cuttings. Observations of the plants were taken weekly to record which plants that have rooted, and plant growth. To start this lab I have created a table that describes
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