011-40705070  or  
Call me
Download our Mobile App
Select Board & Class
  • Select Board
  • Select Class
Fatema from NEW LOOK CENTRAL SCHOOL, asked a question
Subject: Science , asked on 4/10/13

what are unisexual and bisexual flowers? give two examples to each.

Chocogirl From Dr Ulhas Patil English Mediuncbse School, added an answer, on 6/3/13
36 helpful votes in Science

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.

  • Was this answer helpful?
  • 13
100% users found this answer helpful.
View More 5 Answer
Tushar Sharma , added an answer, on 3/1/15
carpel or pistil
  • Was this answer helpful?
  • 0
Dhara Damascus From Our Own English High School, added an answer, on 9/3/14

what is the female reproductive part called?

  • Was this answer helpful?
  • 0
Gowri P From Sabarigiri Residential School, added an answer, on 7/3/13
57 helpful votes in Science

Unisexual flowers are flowers which contain either male reproductive organ or female reproductive organ

Eg: papaya, cucumber

Bisexual flowers contain both male and female reproductive organ.

Eg: rose, sweet pea

  • Was this answer helpful?
  • 0
Yuktha Bhadane , added an answer, on 6/3/13

UR CORRECT RUSHALI NEMADE!!!

  • Was this answer helpful?
  • 0
Vedant Gandhi From Kendriya Vidyalaya No 3, added an answer, on 10/3/13
145 helpful votes in Science

Flowers which contain either  stamen or a pistil is called unisexual flower like corn, papaya etc.

Flowers in which contain both stamen and pistil are called bisexual flowers like mutard, rose, petunia etc.

hope it helps

  • Was this answer helpful?
  • 0

Add an Answer