. Vegetative propagation refers to formation of new plants from
A: Stem, roots and leaves
B: Leaves, flowers and seeds
C: Stem, roots and seeds
D: Fruits, seeds and spores
Vegetative propagation is the asexual mode of reproduction.
The formation of new plants is from parts of plants other than seeds and sexual spores.
The part of plant that forms new plants are the stem, roots, and leaves.
- Bryophyllum by leaves
- Money plant by roots and stem
- Rose by stem
The correct answer option is A, i.e. Stem, roots and leaves.