Class 12 Biology Reproduction Sexual reproduction in Flowering Plants



Answer in brief:
Describe the stages in embryo development in a dicot plant.
Solution: 
Development of Embryo :
•The fetus creates at the micropylar end of the developing life sac where the zygote is arranged. 
•The zygote gives rise first to the ace developing life, and after that to the globular, develop incipient organism. 
•A typical dicot embryo consists of an embryonal pivot and two cotyledons. 
•The bit of the embryonal hub over the dimension of cotyledons is called epicotyl. 
•It contains the plumule (shoot tip). 
•The parcel underneath the pivot is called hypocotyl. It contains the radicle (root tip). The root tip is secured by the root top. 

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