what is cliestogamy?






what is cliestogamy?..

Answer / anitha

Cliestogamy is the pollination that occurs before the
flower opens. Cleistogamous flowers must of necessity be
self-compatible or self-fertile plants. Cleistogamous
flowers are often formed late in the year, after the
production of normal flowers, or during a period of cold
weather, as seen in several species of violet Viola.

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