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Reproduction in flowering plants begins with pollination, the transfer of pollen from anther to stigma on the same flower or to the stigma of another flower on the same plant (self-pollination) or from the anther on one plant to the stigma of another plant (cross-pollination). Once the pollen grain lodges on the stigma, a pollen tube grows from the pollen grain to an ovule.

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Reproduction in which male and female gametes do not fuse, as they do in sexual reproduction. Asexual reproduction may occur through budding, fragmentation, fission, spore formation and vegetative propagation.Plants have two main types of asexual reproduction in which new plants are produced that are genetically identical clones of the parent individual.

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Plants and flowers reproduce in two distinct ways, either through the process of pollination, in which the genetic material of two plants are combined to create an offspring, or through asexual reproduction, in which one plant makes an exact genetic copy of itself.

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How do flowering plants reproduce? How seeds are made. Pollen is carried by insects or blown by the wind from one flower to another. This process is called pollination.

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Many non-flowering plants (such as ferns) reproduce by means ofspores; the other major non-flowering plant group are gymnosperms,which produce seed, but in cones not flowers

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How do plants reproduce sexually? Flowers contain the reproductive structures: stamens (male) and carpels (female). Stamens produce pollen grains, which contain two sperm cells, while carpels contain the egg cells. Seeds develop following pollination and fertilisation (fusion of the male and female gametes).

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Not all non-flowering plants reproduce by spores. At the same time, mushrooms and toadstools that reproduce by spores are not considered plants. They have their own plant kingdom together with other fungi like puffballs, mold, and rusts. Diversity in the Garden. Non-flowering plants add beauty and diversity to any garden area.

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Plants that have flowers are called angiosperms. Plants that hold their seeds in cones are called gymnosperms. Angiosperms – seed plants with flowers. Angiosperms have flowers. The flowers are special structures for reproduction. They contain male parts that make pollen and female parts that contain ovules. Some plants have these male and ...

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In asexual reproduction, a plant cell splits in two to create a genetically identical offspring. During sexual reproduction, a male gamete needs to fertilize a female gamete. Depending on the plant, this is accomplished in a variety of ways. In flowering plants, the male and female gametes are located on different parts of the same flower.

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Flowers and Pollen The most advanced of the plants have their own way of sexually reproducing. It is a very fancy and very complex process. Plants that rely on flowers for reproduction are also very dependent on outside help such as insects and animals. While conifers have the two structures on one tree, flowering plants went one step further ...