In the same species of Asteraceae and grasses, seeds are formed without the fusion of gametes. Mention the scientific term for such a form of reproduction.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 11th Jun, 2014, 04:47: PM
In the same species of Asteraceae and grasses, seeds are formed without the fusion of gametes. This form of reproduction is called apomixis.
Answered by | 11th Jun, 2014, 06:47: PM
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