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SELF POLLINATION

Vengadesh Vengadesh
24/05/2018 0 0

SELF POLLINATION

Self-pollination is one of the types of pollination which is present in the same flower of the plant.

 

Process: 

       In the self-pollination process, the pollens of androecium are transferred to the stigma of the gynoecium in the same flower of the similar plant

 

Specific Name

          The self-pollination is otherwise called the specific Name Autogamy.

 

Advantages of self-pollination: 

  •  Self-pollination is certain in bisexual flowers.
  •  In this cases never any agents are involved.
  •   There is no wastage of pollen grains.

 

Disadvantages of self-pollination:

  •    The seeds are less in number.
  •    The endosperm is minute. So, seeds are provided weak plants.
  •    Doesn't produce new variety plants.

 

 

           

 

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