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Solution - Describe the Post-fertilization Changes in a Flower - CBSE (Commerce) Class 12 - Biology

ConceptPost-fertilisation Events - Embryogenesis

Question

Describe the post-fertilization changes in a flower.

Solution 1

Fertilization is the process of the fusion of the male and the female gamete to form a diploid zygote. After fertilization, the zygote divides several times to form an embryo. The fertilized ovule forms a seed. The seed contains an embryo, enclosed in a protective covering, called the seed coat. As the seed grows further, other floral parts wither and fall off. This leads to the growth of the ovary, which enlarges and ripens to become a fruit with a thick wall called the pericarp.

Solution 2

In sexual reproduction, events that occur after the formation of zygote are called post-fertilization events. In flowering plants, the zygote is formed inside the ovule. After fertilization the sepals, petals and stamens of the flower wither and fall off. But the pistil remains attached to the plant. The zygote develops into the embryo and the ovules develop into the seed. The ovary develops into die fruit that develops.a thick wall called pericarp which is protective in – function. After dispersal, seeds germinate under favourable conditions to produce new plants.

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 NCERT Biology Textbook for Class 12 (with solutions)
Chapter 1: Reproduction in Organisms
Q: 15 | Page no. 18
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