Question & Answer

What are Unisexual and Bisexual Flowers ?


A unisexual flower is defined as a flower that possesses either stamens or carpels. They do not have both stamens and carpels. For example, papaya, coconut flowers etc. Bisexual flowers are those flowers which possess both stamens and carpels. Within the same inflorescence, male and female reproductive parts are present. For example, lily, rose etc. 

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