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When I asked this question to my teacher she said that she doesn't know. So I wanted to know? Is there any use of polyembrony in plants?

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In plants due to programmed cell death only one plant arises.

Here is a good article

The enigma of plant monozygotic polyembryony is that only one embryo in a polyembryonic seed usually survives while the others are eliminated at an early stage.

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  • $\begingroup$ If that is so, what is the need of polyembrony (Sporophytic budding). It's there any use in the process?@JM97 $\endgroup$ – sreekara Feb 5 '17 at 4:50

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