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When the floral appendages are in multiple of 3, 4, 5, they are respectively called

a)

Trimerous, tetramerous, pentamerous

b)

Penatmerous, tetramerous, trimerous

c)

Tripinnate, tetrapinnate, pentapinnate

d)

Tetrapinnate, tripnnate, pentapinnate


Question ID - 1701 | Toppr Answer

When the floral appendages are in multiple of 3, 4, 5, they are respectively called

a)

Trimerous, tetramerous, pentamerous

b)

Penatmerous, tetramerous, trimerous

c)

Tripinnate, tetrapinnate, pentapinnate

d)

Tetrapinnate, tripnnate, pentapinnate

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Answer Key : (a) -

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A flower may be trimerous, tetramerous or pentamerous when the floral appendages are in multiples of 3, 4 or 5 respectively. Flowers with bracts, reduced leaf found at the base of the pedicel, are called bracteates and those without bracts are called ebracteate



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