Class 12 Biology Reproduction Sexual reproduction in Flowering Plants



Short Notes.
List the changes observed in an Angiosperm flower subsequent to pollination and fertilisation.
Solution: Following changes take place in an Angiosperm flower after pollination and fertilization:
(a) Sepals, petals and stamens wither and fall off
(b) Zygote develops into the embryo and ovule develops into the seed.
(c) Ovary develops into fruit
(d) Fruit develops a thick outer covering; called pericarp.

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