Triple fusion in Capsella bursa pastoris is fusion of male gamete with ______. - Biology

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Triple fusion in Capsella bursa pastoris is fusion of male gamete with ______.

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  • egg

  • synergid

  • secondary nucleus

  • antipodal

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Triple fusion in Capsella bursa pastoris is fusion of male gamete with secondary nucleus.

Concept: Pollination
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