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explain pre fertilisation and post fertilisation in flowers.
Asked by Aarsh Dass(student) , on 30/1/11

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Pre- fertilization events:

  • Several hormonal and structural changes result in the development of a flower.
  • Inflorescences bear the flower buds, and then the flowers.
  • Flowers are the reproductive parts of a plant.
  • In the flowers, the androecium (male reproductive part) and the gynoecium (female reproductive part) develop.
Post- fertilizaton events:

It includes development of endosperm and embryo, and maturation of ovules into seeds and ovaries into fruits.

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Posted by Ankita Agarwal(MeritNation Expert)on 31/1/11

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