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Asexual reproduction in liverworts.

Relating to reproduction not involving sex. Examples of asexual reproduction include creating new individuals by splitting or fragmenting the body, and forming specialized nonsexual structures to aid in dispersal (such as asexual spores)[1].


  1. ^ Ambrose, Jack; et al. (2012). Prehistoric Life: The Definitive Visual Guide. Dorling Kindersley. ISBN 9780756699109. 
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