A single pea plant in your kitchen garden produces pods with viable seeds but the individual papaya plant does not Explain cbse Biology class 12
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A single pea plant in your kitchen garden produces pods with viable seeds, but the individual papaya plant does not. Explain. cbse-Biology-class-12

A single pea plant in your kitchen garden produces pods with viable seeds, but the individual papaya plant does not. Explain.


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Pea plant is a dioecious plant bearing bisexual flowers, i.e. the stamen and pistil are present on  the same  flower.  Thus, the single  pea  plant  can  produce  viable  seeds after self-pollination.

Papaya is   a monoecious   plant bearing   unisexual   flowers   and   requires cross-pollination for  viable  seed  production. Thus,  a  single  papaya  plant  cannot  produce viable seeds.

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