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Why Angiosperm Anthers Are Called Dithecous? - Biology

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ConceptPre-fertilisation - Structures and Events Pollination

Question

Why angiosperm anthers are called dithecous?

Solution

Typical angiosperm anther is broad, terminal and bilobed. Each lobe of the anther has two pollen sacs which fuse (at maturity) to form a single chamber called the thecus, so it is called dithecous.

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Solution Why Angiosperm Anthers Are Called Dithecous? Concept: Pre-fertilisation - Structures and Events - Pollination.
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