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Reproduction in Plants

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Asexual Reproduction in Plants

  • What is reproduction
  • Types of Reproduction
  • Characteristics of Asexual Reproduction
  • Types of Asexual Reproduction
  • Natural Methods of Vegetative Propagation
  • Artificial Methods of Vegetative Propagation
  • The Significance of Vegetative Propagation

Sexual Reproduction in Plants

Structure of Pollen Grains and Ovules

  • Sexual Reproduction in Lower Plants
  • Preparation for Sexual Reproduction
  • Parts of Flower Involved in Sexual Reproduction
  • Structure of Pollen Grains
  • Development of Male Gametophyte
  • Structure of Gynoecium
  • Structure of Ovule
  • Development of Female Gametophyte

Pollination and Methods of Pollination

  • Self Pollination
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Self Pollination
  • Cross-Pollination
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Cross-POllination
  • Agencies of Pollination
  • Types of Pollination: Anemophily, Hydrophily, Entomophily, Ornithophily, Chiropterophily


  • Out-breeding Devices
  • Pollen Pistil Interaction
  • Double Fertilization
  • The Significance of Double Fertilization
  • Post-Fertilization Changes


  • Types of Endosperm: Nuclear, Cellular, Helobial
  • Post-Fertilization Changes
  • Development of Embryo
  • Formation of Fruits and Seeds
  • Structure of Seed
  • Introduction to Parthenocarpy, Apomixis, Polyembryony
  • The Significance of Fruits and Seeds
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