Angiosperms bearing unisexual flowers are said to be either monoecious or dioecious. Explain with the help of one example each.
Flowers that possess either stamens (male) or carpels (female) are called unisexual flowers. The plants possessing both male and female flowers in the same plant are are called monoecious and when male and female flowers are present on different plants, they are known as dioecious.
Example of monoecious plants: Cucurbits and coconut
Example of dioecious plants: Papaya and date palm
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