How do plants reproduce?

How do plants reproduce?

Plants reproduce in different ways. Numerous species fabricate side shoots, from which new plants develop. Plants like greeneries, mosses and ferns reproduce with the assistance of spores, which are distributed  by the breeze and develop to end up new plants. 'Higher plants' or the seed plants with male and female sexual organs have stamens with pollen and the stigma. The male pollen sticks to the stigma and is passed on to the egg cell in the ovary. A fertilized egg matures to end up an organic product, which contains the seeds. The seeds can be scattered broadly through breeze or through creatures who eat the fruits grown and discard the seeds.

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