mention two strategies evolved to prevent self pollination?
Asked by rakeshraghav33 | 24th Aug, 2018, 07:14: PM
Cross-pollinating flowers develop the following strategies to prevent self-pollination :
1. Protogyny (when gynoecium matures earlier than androecium) or Protandry (when androecium matures and sheds pollen before maturation of gynoecium)
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 27th Aug, 2018, 11:22: AM
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