why is this flower able to self-pollinate


  1. Answer:

    A flower is self-pollinated if pollen is transferred to it from any flower of the same plant and cross-pollinated if the pollen comes from a flower on a different plant.


    This is because each flower is capable of fertilizing itself by autogamy. Autogamy means that the male part of a flower sends pollen to the female part of the same flower.

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