Chapter 2- Sexual Reproduction In Flowering Plants
How Flowering Plants Reproduce?
Flowering plants also follow the process of sexual reproduction. All the steps are included in the CBSE curriculum of Class 12th.
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1. Flower – A Fascinating Organ of Angiosperms
A flower is the most colourful part of a plant. But that is not the only trait it has. The flower plays an important role in the process of reproduction.
2. Pre-fertilization: Structures and Events
Before the fertilization, the plant experiences various events that prepare it for the process. The stamen, pollen grain and other are the important factors here. Then, pollination takes place to start the process of fertilization.
· Stamen, Microsporangium, and Pollen Grain
· The Pistil: Megasporangium (ovule) and Embryo sac
3. Double Fertilization
Double fertilization includes one female and two male parts of the flowering plants. One female gametophyte gets attached with two male gametes.
4. Post-fertilization: Structure and Events
After the completion of fertilization, the process of growth starts. The development includes the endosperm, embryo. Multiple events take place before the complete growth of the seed.
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