The process of reproduction in which the fusion of male and female gametes is essential is called sexual reproduction. The process of reproduction where formation of isogametes takes place is called conjugation. Those flowers, which contain only three parts of flower and lack one part either androecium or gynoecium, are called incomplete flowers. That flower which has all four parts, calyx, corolla, androecium and gynoecium, are called bisexual flower.This note explains the process of reproduction in plantsLearn More
In this note Reproduction of Fern plant has been described to understand Reproduction in plants through spores. The male reproductive organ in fern is Antheridia. Antheridia contain male gametes "The Antherozoids". It grows just above rhizoids. Each antheridium is circular in shape and have nearly 32 antherozoid mother cells. Archegonia grows near the top of the prothallus. Each archegonium is divided into two parts lower venter and upper neck. When archegonia and antheridia mature, archegonia secretes maliLearn More
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