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No. The reason is that unisexual flower has only the male part (stamen) or the female part (pistil). And for self-pollination in a unisexual flower,a stamen (to produce the pollens) and a pistil (where fertilisation takes place), both are needed in a single flower for reproduction. Hence, self-pollination can occur only in bisexual flowers.
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Nope a unisexual flower cannot undergo selfpollination because it doesnot have any other gender to pollinate with
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