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We all know that some flowers employ late-acting systems,in which the ovule aborts when fertilized or shortly after fertilized when the same flower's pollens fall on its stigma. But the abortion will make this flower lose one chance to spread its genes, though this chance will produce a inferior seed. Is that worth it? IMO, this system is quite uneffecient. Your ideas?
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