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Double Fertilization in Flowering Plants

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Uploaded on May 3, 2008

Double fertilization in flowering plants involves the fusion of two sperm cell nuclei of the male gametophyte with two cell nuclei of female gametophyte. One sperm fuses with the haploid egg cell to form the zygote; the other sperm unites with the diploid central cell to form a triploid cell that will develop to an endosperm.

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