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In angiosperms, endosperm is formed by


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Division of fused polar nuclei
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Free nuelear division of megaspore
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Division of fused synergids and male gamete
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Division of fused polar nuclei and male gamete
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The correct option is D Division of fused polar nuclei and male gamete
In most of the flowering plants, the endosperm is formed inside the seeds around the time of fertilization. This is actually a tissue that surrounds the embryo and provides it nutrition. The formation of the endosperm in angiosperms takes place when two central nuclei and a sperm nuclei fuse in the embryo sac. While one fertilizes the egg to form the zygote.

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