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Plant Reproduction
Humans reproduce by sexual reproduction where two parents are involved and the genetic material from the male sperm fuses with the female ovum to create a zygote. This zygote divides by mitosis to form a new individual.
 But what about plants? are two parents involved to form a new plant with a unique set of chromosomes?
Yes in some plants this happens.  In flowering plants the method of reproduction is sexual but some plants can reproduce asexually.

Plant Reproduction covers asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction. 
Keywords: ovum, sperm, pollen, ovule, pollination, fertilisation, ovary, seed, radicle, plumule, seed dispersal, genetic variation,flowers
Plant Reproduction
Amazing Life of Plants video