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Ovule Development – Megasporogenesis, Types of Embryo Sac, Female Gametophyte

Ovule Development

Ovule Development In Angiosperms – Megasporogenesis in Angiosperms, Embryo Sac Types, Female Gametophyte In Angiosperms Ovule development takes place by appearance of primordium as a protuberance on the surface of the placenta. It grows into a conical structure with rounded tip. This is the Nucellus or Megasporangium Proper. From the base of the nucellus, one or two layers of tissue develop, which ...

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Carpel or Megasporophyll – Megasporangium, Types of Ovule, What is Sui Generis

Carpel or Megasporophyll

Carpel or Megasporophyll of Angiosperms – Megasporangium, Types of Ovule Carpel or megasporophyll is an elongated appendage and is a modified folded leaf. The folding encloses Megasporangia (ovules) in a chamber, the locule. Carpel or megasporophyll are present in Gynoecium or pistil is the female reproductive whorl of flower consisting of one or more carpels or Megasporophll. Each carpel consists of ...

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