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Microspore And Pollination Process In Angiosperms


Microspore And Pollination Process 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 reticulations and sometimes smooth. The intine is a thin, delicate, cellulosic ...

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