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Fusion of male gamete with the secondary nucleus to form endosperm nucleus is known triple fusion. This is known as triple fusion because in this two polar nuclei fuse with the male gamete hence the result (endosperm nucleus) which we get after fusion is triploid in nature.

2nd male gamete (n) + Secondary nucleus (2n) Endosperm nucleus (3n)


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