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Misconceptions in the topic of ‘Reproduction in Flowering Plants’

Misconceptions in the topic of ‘Reproduction in Flowering Plants’. Ovum ≠ Ovule Ovum = Egg Pollen grain ≠ Male reproductive cell Pollen grain contains male reproductive cells. Pollen grains travel down the style towards the ovule

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Misconceptions in the topic of ‘Reproduction in Flowering Plants’

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  1. Misconceptions in the topic of ‘Reproduction in Flowering Plants’

  2. Ovum ≠ Ovule • Ovum = Egg • Pollen grain ≠ Male reproductive cell • Pollen grain contains male reproductive cells

  3. Pollen grains travel down the style towards the ovule  Pollen grain forms a tube through which male reproductive cells travel. • Pollen grain fuses with the ovule • Male reproductive cell fuses with the ovule  Male reproductive cell fuses with the egg in the ovule, after which the ovule changes into the seed.

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