Reproduction And Development in Angiosperms

Asexual Reproduction

Reproduction is the biological process by which the organisms produce their offspring. There are two types of reproduction: sexual and asexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction is a type of reproduction which involves only one parent. The technical term for asexual reproduction in flowering plant ....Read More

Fertilisation and Embryo Development

Flowers are the reproductive organs of angiosperms. Androecium consists of stamens which represents the male reproductive organs while gynoecium consists of pistils which represent the female reproductive part. The process of transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma of the flower i ....Read More

Flower: Gametogenesis and Pollination

Flower is the reproductive organ of the plant. Microsporogenesis takes place inside anther, the microsporophyll or the male reproductive organ. The process of development of microspores inside the microsporangium (pollen chambers) from its sporogenous tissue is called microsporogenesis. The process ....Read More

Fruit and its types

After fertilization, the ovary of a flower matures and ripens into fruit. True fruits and false fruits are the two major types of fruits. True fruits develop from the single ovary of a single flower. False fruits are formed by the help of other floral parts also called spurious or pseudocarp. Some ....Read More

Inflorescence and Plant Families

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Morphology of Flower

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Seed and its dispersal

Seed is a ripened ovule having embryo in its centre and comprises of testa, hilum, plumule, radicle and cotyledon. Testa is the outer hard and leathery seed coat. Tegmen is the inner, thin and membranous seed coat. Hilum is a scar on seed coat by which, developing seeds are attached to fruit. Microp ....Read More

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