Vegetative propagation is a type of propagation by means of vegetative organs (leaf, stem).
Vegetative propagation in lymphoids differs from vegetative propagation of other plants, and occurs through the isolation of new rhizomes and the withering away of old rhizomes. Also, during vegetative propagation, in lymphoids, young areas of rhizomes and shoots are supplied with adventitious roots. And in some species of lymphatics, brood bulbs or buds can form.
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