Meiosis occurs in the anthers and ovary of the angiosperms. Meiosis helps in the formation of spores in plants. The pollen mother cell in the anthers undergoes meiosis to haploid microspores. The megasporocyte in the ovu... More »

Meiosis produces spores in plants, according to Kimball's Biology Pages. Spores are the beginning of the gametophyte generation, which produces gametes via mitosis as the starting cells are already haploid. More »

Plant cells reproduce through mitosis—a form of cell division that causes the cell to split itself into two identical daughter cells. The plant itself reproduces through meiosis, which is another form of cell division th... More »

Fertilization in plants occurs when pollen grains are transported from anthers to stigma. When ripe pollen from an anther catches on the stigma of the same kind of flower, each pollen grain sends out a small thread-like ... More »

Meiosis occurs in the reproductive organs of all males and females. The process of meiosis results in the formation of gametes. Gametes are the reproductive cells called sperm in males and ova or eggs in females. More »

Pollination differs between angiosperms and gymnosperms in that most angiosperms entice animals to carry their pollen from plant to plant, while most gymnosperms rely on the wind carrying their pollen to other plants. Th... More »

The seeds of a plant form in the ovary. The ovary is the part of the flower that develops into the fruit of the plant. The fruit stores food that helps the seed to develop into a new plant. More »