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Asexual Reproductio

Stem cuttings The production of a new plant by the removal of a portion of stem from an existing plant, preparing it, and fostering its production of roots.
Leaf cuttings The production of a new plant by the use of an existing plant's leaf, preparing it, and fostering its production of roots.
Root cuttings The selecting, and cutting of a section of root from an existing plant to produce a new independent plant.
Layering The production of a new plant by partially cutting and burying a section of an existing plant so that new roots will be produced.
Separation The removal of corms, or bulblets from a parent plant, and the subsequent production of another plant.
Division The removal of new shoots with some of the existing shoot's roots in order to produce a new plant.
Grafting The severing of a branch from one plant, and joining it with the cambium of another plant in order to have the qualities of both plants on a single plant.
Rooting compound An artificially produced auxin (plant hormone) which promotes root growth on new cuttings.
Scion A section of a plant which is used to join to another plant when performing a graft.
Root stock The portion of the pre-existing plant to which the scion is joined.
Created by: sbowen