Asexual reproduction can take place in a variety of ways, such as fission, fragmentation, budding, vegetative reproduction, spore formation, and gametogenesis, spore production.
The reproductive component of a plant in sexual reproduction is the flower. Flowers create both male and female gametes. The petals, sepals, stamens, and pistils make up most of a flower. The male reproductive component, the stamen, consists of an anther and filament. The pollen is created and kept in the anther
There are two ways that pollination, the action of delivering pollen to the stigma, might take place. Cross-pollination or self-pollination are both viable options. In this manner, the male gametes are delivered from the stigma to the ovary of the flower.
The male and female gametes combine in the ovary to produce the zygote, which is the consequence of fertilization. This zygote splits once more and forms an embryo. The fruit is created by changing the ovary. In this way, sexual reproduction in plants takes place.