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If there are 1280 microspores in a tetralocular anther, how many microspore mother cells will be there in its each pollen chamber?

If there are 1280 microspores in a tetralocular anther, how many microspore mother cells 
will be there in its each pollen chamber?

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Dr.Adam Shaik
askIITians Faculty 387 Points
5 years ago
Hai,
The answer is 1280/4=320
Microspore Mother cells upon One “Meiosis” cell division forms 4-Microspores.
So 1 Mother Cell forms – 4 Microspores.
Reverse the same
4 Microspores are formed from 1-mother cell
Divide 1280 with 4 you will get the answer as 320 Microspore Mother cells519-2275_22644293324_052de85fbd_o.jpg
Unknown
13 Points
5 months ago
1280/4=320mmc
4=320mmc
1=320/4=80 mmc in each chamber or locule ...... .....,............ ............ 

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