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sexual reproduction in flowering plants class 12 Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by

all about sexual reproduction in flowering plant in a summary. ncert and personal note based CLASS12 GOOD FOR NEET

This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.




Sexual reprod­uction is the process of develo­pment of new organisms through the formation and fusion of gametes.
Gametes are not formed by the sporop­hytic structures of flowering plants. They produce spores and then gameto­phytes.


Flowers are formed over mature plants in response to hormone induced structural and physio­logical changes in shoot apices.

Shoot apices are transf­ormed into an inflor­escence over which floral primordia develop
Inflor­escence - the complete flower head of a plant including stems, stalks, bracts, and flowers.
the arrang­ement of the flowers on a plant.
the process of flowering.
floral primordia - the grp of cells or tissue in an angiosperm or flowering plant which gives rise to a flower.