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Microspore of Angiosperms – Male Gametophyte, Pollination Process, Pollen Tube

Microspore

Microspore of Angiosperms – Pollination Process, Pollen Tube Formation, Development of Male Gametophyte in Angiosperms Microspore in angiosperm is a unicellular, uninucleate structure, possessing two coats, the outer exine and the inner Intine and contains a large central nucleus and dense cytoplasm. The exine is thick, cuticularized and tough layer and it is often provided with spinous outgrowths, warts or ...

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