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If you remove the stamens of all the pea flower in a garden which phenomenon will be affected-fruit formation pollination or fertilization?
If we remove the stamens of all the pea flower in a garden pollination will be affected. Cause then there will be no pollen grain to be transferred to the stigma of a female flower. No pollination will, in turn, affect the fertilization eventually affecting fruit formation.
• Pollination is a process of transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma of the carpel.
• If all the stamens from a flower will be removed, there will be no pollen grain that can be transferred to the stigma.
• This will result in absence of pollination.
• If pollination will not occur, then the male gamete will not be able to fuse with the female gamete, hence, stopping fertilization.
• If fertilization will not occur, ultimately its post product that is fruit will also not be formed.
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