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Chapter 38

When a microsporocyte undergoes meiosis, four ____ microspores are formed haploid
The ability of a plant to reject its own pollen and sometimes the pollen of closed related individuals Self-Incompatibility
The union of two sperms cells with different nuclei of the embryo sac Double fertilization
Formed when one of the two sperm fertilizes the egg Zygote
Formed when one of the two sperm combines with two polar nuclei Endosperm
The zygote formed in double fertilization is: Diploid
The endosperm formed as a result of double fertilization is: Triploid
Develops into a seed Ovule
Develops into a fruiting enclosing the seed Ovary
Cell that gives rise to most of the embryo, after the first transverse mitotic Terminal
Cell resulting from the first transverse mitotic division that produces a suspensor, which anchors the embryo to its parent Basal
The embryonic axis located below the point at which the cotyledons are attached hypocotyle
The embryonic root, the first structure to emerge upon germination Radicle
A sheath in the embryo of a grass seed that covers the young shoot Coleoptile
A sheath in the embryo of a grass seed that covers the young root Coleorhiza
A type of fruiting that results from a single flower that has more than one separate carpel, each forming a small fruit. Aggregate
A type of fruit that develops from many carpels from many different flowers multiple
A condition of extremely low metabolic rate and suspension of growth that a seed may enter as it matures and dehydrates dormancy
Asexual reproduction of seeds, production of seeds without pollination or fertilization apomixis
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