What is it called when a new organism grows from the parent organism?

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Budding, a form of asexual reproduction
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What is the term to use for a new organism growing from just a part of the parent organism?

It is called budding. It is when a parent organism produces a bud like formation on it's body with it's genetic information. This happens in plants, sea sponges and some other
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Can a new organism grow from part of the parent organism?

Yes. This is the process of asexual reproduction. Two examples are: when a starfish has one of it's points removed, cut off, or otherwise, un-attached, the dismembered point w