ICSE Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 The Flower Revision Notes

ICSE Class 9 Biology Chapter 4: The Flower Revision Notes

 

ICSE Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Revision Notes are one of the most important pieces of study material that students can receive as it will aid them to study better and reduce the level of stress that students face during the hectic year.

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ICSE Class 9 Biology Chapter 4 Revision Notes are designed  keeping in my mind the exam pattern and syllabus of NCERT 2020-21. Students can download the PDF for free and practice the questions to score well in the coming exams.

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ICSE Class 9 Biology Chapter 4: The Flower Revision Notes

 

A flower can be divided as below based on the reproductive structure it has:

Bisexual Flower – A flower that contains both male and female reproductive structures is called a bisexual flower. Bisexual flowers are also called hermaphrodites. They are perfect flowers.

Unisexual flower – A flower that has only one reproductive structure, either male or female, is called a unisexual flower.

Staminate flower: A unisexual flower, which contains the only androecium is called a male or Staminate flower.

Pistillate flower: A unisexual flower, which contains the only gynoecium is called a female or Pistillate flower.

Neuter flower: A flower in which both male and female reproductive organs are absent is
called a neuter flower.

 

 

The Flower

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