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I found in a mark scheme that for elm trees, as a natural vegetative propagation method, root suckers from MERISTEM grow up around fallen trees.
Is this the same for all other methods - rhizomes, stolons, tubers and bulbs?
As in do they all grow from meristems?
But in textbook it said vegetative propagation is production of plant clones from NON-REPRODUCTIVE TISSUES, e.g. roots, leaves and stems. How is this so if they grow from MERISTEMS?
Is it because that they grow from those non-reproductive tissues like roots but those tissues come from plant meristem?

Thank you.
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