Chapter 7: Reproduction in Plants

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Reproduction in Plants


Explain what you understand by sexual reproduction.


In sexual reproduction, new plants (offspring) are obtained from seeds. In this type of reproduction, both males and females are required to produce offspring. Flowers are the reproductive part of plants. Most flowering plants reproduce by sexual reproduction methods involving the fusion of sex cells called gametes. Flowers bear male reproductive organs (stamens) and female reproductive organs (pistil). 

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