Fertilization is the fusion of two haploid gametes, during the process of sexual reproduction, to initiate the development of a new diploid organism with mixed genetical heritage. In flowering plants, the pollen grain germinates once it reaches the carpel, and develops a tube that will reach and fuse with the ovule.
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