Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Significance of seed dispersal and fruit formation
- Seed is dry with dormant embryo with a protective seed coat which makes it suitable for perennation through unfavourable periods.
- Seeds carry a number of variations as they are formed through sexual reproduction.
- Seeds can also be stored for later use to supply food throughout the year and to overcome drought and famine conditions.
- Seed have adaptive strategies to get dispersed to new habitats and colonise the same.
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