Cleistogamous flowers are invariably autogamous because

Anther and stigma lie close to each other in the Cleistogamous flowers. Cleistogamous flowers are bisexual and cannot open even at maturity and hence self-pollination takes place. So, cleistogamous flowers are considered autogamous..

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