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8 Answered Questions for the topic reproduction

Reproduction Botany Plant Anatomy

08/06/19

Location of embryo development in angiosperms?

What floral organ does the development of the embryos of angiosperms occurs in? Is it the ovary? The pollen tube grows down through the style and double fertilization occurs and the embryo begins... more
Reproduction Botany

07/29/19

(A)sexual reproduction of plants?

Are all plants capable of sexual reproduction? Some can do asexual reproduction as well but I haven't found any plants that aren't capable of sexual reproduction. Is it correct to say all plants... more
Reproduction Botany

07/13/19

Why do flowers naturally reproduce with their own species?

I have always wondered why flowers reproduce with the same species naturally. Why can't the pollen grains get to a different species flower through via the wind, water, or insects?
Reproduction Botany Genetics

07/12/19

Plants that are siblings: How does this impact pollination?

A friend has two cherry bushes (prunus tomentosa). Prunus tomentosa is said to be partially self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination. The two cherry bushes set fruit, and so my friend... more
Reproduction Biology Dna

06/08/19

Do changes in an organism's cell modify the genetic information it uses for reproduction?

What I'm actually interested about is whether a modification in one cell during the life of an **asexually** reproducing organism affects its genetic information? Which cell's genetic information... more
Reproduction Nursing Weight

05/24/19

Do combined oral contraceptives cause weight gain?

I started Lo Loestrin Fe ([a combined estrogen-progestin oral contraceptive pill](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combined_oral_contraceptive_pill)) about 4 months ago. The first month on it, I got... more
Reproduction Nursing Weight

04/29/19

Do combined oral contraceptives cause weight gain?

I started Lo Loestrin Fe (a combined estrogen-progestin oral contraceptive pill) about 4 months ago. The first month on it, I got my period. The second month, I did not. The third month I got it.... more
Reproduction Biology Human Biology

03/17/19

Cells of umbilical cord - mom's or son's?

Let's say we have a mother giving a birth to a son. In a very clear manner the cells of these two individuals are very different, of course. Yet there is an umbilical cord connecting them. Then... more

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