fallen leaves of bryophyllum on the ground produce new plants where as the leaves of the rose do not ? Explain this difference between the two plants .

bryophyllum plant have buds on its leaves whereas rose plants do not.thats why a new plant does not grow when rose leaf falls on ground

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In Bryophyllum, the leaves bear leaf buds which originate along the leaf margins. The leaf buds gradually develop some roots called adventitious roots. When the leaves bearing these leaf buds fall down and the roots touch the soil, new and individual plants grow from the buds.

 Bryophyllum leaf

As rose leaves cannot give rise to the leaf buds, they are not able to produce new plants.

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yes same answer
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Buds produced in the notches along the leaf margin of bryophyllum fall on the soil and develop into new plant but rose donot do this
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In bryophyllum vegetative propagation occurs through leaves where buds occur...
Roses leaves do not form buds
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In Bryophyllum, the leaves bear leaf buds which originate along the leaf margins. The leaf buds gradually develop some roots called adventitious roots. When the leaves bearing these leaf buds fall down and the roots touch the soil, new and individual plants grow from the buds.

Bryophyllum leaf

As rose leaves cannot give rise to the leaf buds, they are not able to produce new plants.
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In bryophyllum the mode of reproduction is through vegetative propagation,hence when the buds fall they grow into new plants. Whereas in rose sexual mode of reproduction is followed hence leaves cannot give rise to new plants.
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It is due to the reason because bryophyllum is a plant which can reproduce with the help of it's leaves due to the presence of buds(can also reproduce through stem buds) and as soon as it falls on ground and comes in contact with the soil,it's roots begin to develop leading to the growth of Complete plant whereas the case of rose is quite different because it can only reproduce by cutting...
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In Bryophyllum, the leaves bear leaf buds which originate along the leaf margins. ... When the leaves bearing these leaf buds fall down and the roots touch the soilnew and individual plants grow from the buds. Bryophyllum leaf. As rose leaves cannot give rise to the leaf buds, they are not able to produce new plants.
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