GCSE biology (Plant reproduction)

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When a

grain lands on the stigma of a flower of the correct

a

tube begins to grow. It grows through the style until it reaches an ovule inside the

The nucleus of the pollen then passes along the

tube and fuses with the nucleus of the ovule. This process is called



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