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POLLINATION AN INTRODUCTION
SEEDS FRUITS AND SEEDLINGS
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actinomorphic anatropous androecium Angiosperms anthers antipodal apex axile axis basal base bracts calyx capsule carpels cells colour contains corolla corolla tube cotyledons cross-pollination cultivated dehisce Dicotyledons dispersal distributed elongated embryo sac enclosed endosperm example female flowers fertilization filaments fleshy floral florets Flowering shoot flowers Fig fruit funicle gardens genera genus germination gynoecium hairs herbs hermaphrodite Humble Bees hypocotyl important inflorescence inner insect integument involucre later layer leaf leaves lobes loculus male flowers margins mature micropyle Monocotyledons nectar Nectar is secreted normal nucellus nuclei occur oosphere outer ovary ovules parietal perianth perianth segments petaloid petals placenta plants pollen grains pollen tube pollination mechanism produced rarely receptacle rhizome seeds self-pollination sepals separate showing shrubs single sometimes species stage stamens stem sterile stigma structure style sub-family surface testa tissue trees tropical unisexual usually vegetative visited wall whorl zygomorphic