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Why Angiosperm Anthers Are Called Dithecous? - Biology

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Why angiosperm anthers are called dithecous?

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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.

Concept: Pre-fertilization in Plant: Pollination
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