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Triple fusion in angiosperm is the fusion of second sperm with

a)

Antipodal cell and one synergid cell

b)

Two antipodal cells

c)

Two synergid cells

d)

Two polar nuclei


Question ID - 6110 | Toppr Answer

Triple fusion in angiosperm is the fusion of second sperm with

a)

Antipodal cell and one synergid cell

b)

Two antipodal cells

c)

Two synergid cells

d)

Two polar nuclei

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Answer Key : (d) -

(d)

Triple fusion in angiosperm is the fusion of second sperm with two polar nuclei or the secondary nucleus which results in the formation of a triploid Primary Endosperm Nucleus (PEN).



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