In an ovule, meiosis occurs in ______ - Biology

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In an ovule, meiosis occurs in ______

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  • megaspore mother cell

  • archesporium

  • synergids

  • integument

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Solution

In an ovule, meiosis occurs in the megaspore mother cell.

Explanation:

The diploid megaspore mother cell goes through a transformation. meiosis results in the formation of a tetrad of haploid megaspores (n).

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