Plant reproduction is either sexual or asexual. In sexual reproduction, the pollen from a “male” plant fertilizes the ovate of a “female” plant. Fertilization takes place when the plant’s flower releases pollen into the air or when bees or moths transport pollen from one plant to another. The fertilized seed then grows into a new plant. In asexual reproduction, the plant fertilizes itself using its own pollen to fertilize its own eggs.
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