Reproduction in plants with seeds

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Ground Tissue: They are composed of parenchyma cells and also include collechyma and sclerenchyma cells.

Muscular tissue: Two types of this tissues are cardic and skeletal.

Adipose tissue: Consisting mainly of fat cells.

Connective tissue: Blinds and supports body parts.

Epithelial tissue: Covers body surfaces and lines body cavities

The sexual reproductive unit of some olant si called: flower.

Sexual reproduction: The mode of reproduction where two parents are involved in producing a new individual.

A characteristic of secual reproduction: Gamete formation and fertilization taskes place.

Female reproductive organ: Pistil (carpel)

Male reproductive cells: Pollen

Self-Pollination: The type of pollinationwhere pollen transfer takes place between the anther and stigma of the same flower.

Cross-pollination: The type of pollination whee pollen transfer takes place between the anther and stigma of different flowers of the same plant or different flowers of the same plant.

Pollination and fertilization: The process when  the male gametes from pollen grains release and fuse with egg in the ovule to form a zygote.

Asexual reproduction in plants: The process through which an organism produces other organisms without participation of more than one parent.

Dermal tissue; It consist of epiderm and periderm.

Periderm: They are the outermost layer of stems and roots of woody plants such as tress.

Epiderm: They are the outermost layer of the primary plant body.

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