Nucellar polyembryony is reported in species of

Nucellar Polyembryony Is Reported In Species Of Biology Question

Nucellar polyembryony is reported in species of


(a) Citrus
(b) Gossypium
(c) Triticum
(d) Brassica

Correct Answer:



Polyembryony is a type of seed formation in which the nucellar cells that are present in the embryo divide and form many more embryos. These are the exact clones of the parent cells because these are formed from nucellar cells.

Nuclear polyembryony is seen in the members of the citrus family.

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Question Type: Memory (969)
Difficulty Level: Easy (1013)
Topics: Reproduction In Plants (48)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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