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Segregation - In genetics, the separation of allele pairs from one
another and their distribution to different cells observed only in heterozygous genotypes.
Self Pollination - The transfer of pollen from the anther of a flower to the
stigma of the same flower or of another flower on the same plant.
Species - Usually, the smallest unit of classification; includes individuals
which can breed with each other, produce viable offspring, have the same chromosome
number, and share a common gene pool.
Stamen - The part of the flower producing pollen, composed of an anther
Stigma - The receptive surface of the pistil to which pollen grains adhere and on which they germinate.
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