Triple Fusion Involves (A) Fusion Of Two Polar Nuclei. (B) Fusion Of One Male Gamete With Female Gamete. (C) Fusion Of Tube Nucleus With Generative Nucleus. (D) Fusion Of The Second Gamete With Two Polar Nuclei.

The correct answer is (D) Fusion Of The Second Gamete With Two Polar Nuclei.

Triple Fusion is a process involved in the sexual reproduction of angiosperms. This process involves a sperm nucleus and two polar nuclei, which occurs in the double fertilization in a seed-bearing plant that results in the endosperm formation. The fusion process occurs in the embryo sac of the angiosperms.

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