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What process occurs after pollination?
After pollen grains land on the stigma, a pollen tube grows from the pollen grain, through the style, and into the ovary. Sperm cells inside the pollen grain travel down the pollen tube and into the ovary which contains the ovules. Fertilization occurs when one of the sperm cells fuses with the egg inside of an ovule.
How do seeds pollinate?
Pollination is the act of transferring pollen grains from the male anther of a flower to the female stigma. Seeds can only be produced when pollen is transferred between flowers of the same species.
Which part later becomes the seed?
The ovary contains ovules (eggs) that become seeds once they are fertilized.
Which part of a flower becomes the seed answer?
Ovary. The base of the female portion of the flower containing the ovules which become seeds.
What happens to the following parts after fertilization in plants a ovum B ovary C ovules D sepals and petals?
After fertilization, ovule develops into seed. Inside the seed present a small under-developed plant called embryo. After fertilization, the petals of the flower fall off and the ovary containing the seeds forms a fruit. After fertilization, stamen dries up.
How long after pollination do seeds develop?
Step 8: Harvesting seeds If the process has been carried out properly, in just a few days you will see the seeds begin to grow inside the calyx of the female flowers. Once the plants have been pollinated, most of the seeds will take 4-6 weeks to fully mature (always depending on the strain).
What is pollination and seed formation?
Pollination brings male and female gametes of a flower together during fertilization. As a result of fertilization, ovary develops into fruits and ovules into seeds. Seeds on germination give rise to a new plant that further grows and develops fruits and seeds.