In a bisexual flower, inspite of the young stamens being removed artificially, the flower produces fruit. Provide a suitable explanation for the above situation.

AcademicBiologyNCERTClass 10

The bisexual flower contains both male and female reproductive organs.

In a bisexual flower, in the absence of stamens, cross-pollination can takes place in the flower for the process of fertilization and fruit formation.

The seeds produced are good in quality and texture. Unisexual flowers reproduce through cross-pollination. Recessive characteristics in the lineages are removed during genetic recombination.

It involves improving the immunity of the offspring produced towards the infectious diseases and surviving in other conditions.

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