GCSE biology (Plant reproduction)

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Plant reproduction. Place these in the correct order...

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Pollen lands on stigma and grows a pollen tube

The fertilised ovule develops into a seed

After fertilisation the female parts of the flower develop into a fruit

The pollen grain travels down the pollen tube to fertilise the female nucleus of the ovule


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