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explain giving one example of each the unisexual and bisexual flowers.
Asked by Denzil Rodrigue...(student) , on 8/3/12


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UNISEXUAL FLOWERS -

The flowers in which either the male or the female reproducative organs are present only, are called unisexual flowers. They are called incomplete flowers. They undergo cross-pollination in order to reproduce.

Example - Papaya, Watermelon, Corn, etc.

 

BISEXUAL FLOWERS - The flowers in which both the male and female reproductive organs are present, are known as complete or bisexual flowers. They are capable of self-pollination.

Example - Mustard, rose, lily, hibiscus, etc.

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Posted by Madhu(student)on 8/3/12

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  UNISEXUAL FLOWERS -  The flowers in which either the male or the female reproducative organs are present only, are called unisexual flowers. They are called incomplete flowers. They undergo cross-pollination in order to reproduce. Eg :- Papaya.

  BISEXUAL FLOWERS -  The flowers in which both the male and female reproductive organs are present, are known as complete or bisexual flowers. They are capable of self-pollination. Eg :- Tulip

Posted by Rahimiin Javed(student)on 8/3/12

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