does polination occurs in unisexual plants and if yes then how?
Asked by | 12th Feb, 2010, 12:14: AM
Unisexual plant means that it will have either male or female flowers, not both. So in such cases, only cross pollination can take place i.e. pollination between 2 different plants. This is because one plant will have the male flowers and another plant will have the female flowers. So only cross pollination can transfer the pollen grains to the female flowers.
Answered by | 12th Feb, 2010, 04:38: PM
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