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Junisa Jusu (J. Grate)
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Different between a monoecious and dioecious pant citing one example of each?

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Monoecious plants have both male and female reproductive organs on the same plant, while dioecious plants have separate male and female plants.

Example of a monoecious plant: Corn (Zea mays) - Corn plants have both male flowers (tassels) and female flowers (ears) on the same plant.

Example of a dioecious plant: Holly (Ilex aquifolium) - Holly plants have separate male and female plants, with male plants producing pollen and female plants producing berries.
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Monoecious plants have both male and female reproductive structures on the same individual. This means that they can self-fertilize, although they may also cross-fertilize with other individuals. Examples of monoecious plants include corn, squash, and cucumber.

Dioecious plants have male and female reproductive structures on separate individuals. This means that they must cross-fertilize in order to produce seeds. Examples of dioecious plants include maple, willow, and holly.
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