Functions of a Flower
- In the blooms, gametophytes are formed.
- Diaspores can be produced by the flowers without fertilisation.
- The flower's ovary grows into a fruit with a seed after fertilisation.
- The reproduction of flowers is their primary purpose. They assist in fusing male and female gametes together.
- Flowers feed insects and some birds nectar, which aids in the movement of pollen from one flower to another.
- Flowers can encourage cross-fertilization, which is the union of sperm and eggs from other flowers, or selfing, which is the union of sperm and eggs from the same flower.
What are Unisexual and Bisexual Flowers? Give Two Examples of Each
Papaya and cucumber are examples of unisexual flowers that only contain male and female reproductive organs, whereas lilies and sunflowers are examples of bisexual flowers that have both male and female reproductive organs.
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