What is protandry? - Biology

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What is protandry?

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Protandry is a condition in which anthers mature first, but the stigma of the same flower is not receptive at that time.

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Chapter 1: Reproduction in Lower and Higher Plants - Very Short Answer

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SCERT Maharashtra Question Bank 12th Standard HSC Biology Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 1 Reproduction in Lower and Higher Plants
Very Short Answer | Q 4

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