Rose plants produce large, attractive bisexual flowers but they seldom
produce fruits. On the other hand a tomato plant produces plenty of
fruits though they have small flowers. Analyse the reasons for failure of
fruit formation in rose.
Both these plants - rose and tomato - both selected by human beings
for different characteristics, the rose for its flower and tomato for its fruit.
Roses, being vegetatively propagated do not need to produce seeds.

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Biology - Main Course Book

Chapter 1. Reproduction

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2015-06-12T20:11:56+05:30
Because of no syncronise in the pollen formation and no need of sexual reproduction there is no production of fruit formation
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