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Identify  to  in the given diagram

a)

A-Chalazal end, B-Embryo sac, C-Nucellus, D-Inner integuments, E-Outer integuments, F-Micropylar pole, G-Micropyle, H-Funicle, I-Hilum

b)

A- Inner integuments, B- Nucellus, C-Embryo sac, D- Chalazal end, E- Hilum, F- Funicle, G- Micropyle, H- Micropylor end, I- Outer integuments

c)

A- Hilum, B- Funicle, C- Micropyle, D- Micropylar pole, E- Outer integuments, F- Inner integuments, G- Nucellus, H- Embryo sac, I- Chalazal pole

d)

A- Micropylar end, B- Micropyle, C- Funicle, D- Hilum, E- Outer integuments, F- Inner integuments, G- Nucellus, H- Embryo sac, I- Chalazal end


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Identify  to  in the given diagram

a)

A-Chalazal end, B-Embryo sac, C-Nucellus, D-Inner integuments, E-Outer integuments, F-Micropylar pole, G-Micropyle, H-Funicle, I-Hilum

b)

A- Inner integuments, B- Nucellus, C-Embryo sac, D- Chalazal end, E- Hilum, F- Funicle, G- Micropyle, H- Micropylor end, I- Outer integuments

c)

A- Hilum, B- Funicle, C- Micropyle, D- Micropylar pole, E- Outer integuments, F- Inner integuments, G- Nucellus, H- Embryo sac, I- Chalazal pole

d)

A- Micropylar end, B- Micropyle, C- Funicle, D- Hilum, E- Outer integuments, F- Inner integuments, G- Nucellus, H- Embryo sac, I- Chalazal end

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Answer Key : (a) -

(a)

Megasporangium The ovule is a small structure attached to the placenta by means of stalk called funicle. The body of the ovule fuses with funicle in the region called hilum.

Thus, hilum represents the junction between ovule and funicle. Each ovule has one or two protective envelope called integuments. These integuments encircle the ovule except the tip, where a small opening called micropyle is organised. Opposed to the micropylar end is the chalaza representing basal part of the ovule



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