A floral formula is the numeric representation of different floral structures that constitute a flower. It is used to describe the salient features/characteristics of a flower with the help of certain symbols and signs known as floral symbols.
Floral parts are calyx(K), corolla(C), androecium(A) and gynoecium(G).
1. Tricarpellary, the syncarpous gynoecium is found in these flowers
2. Perigynous flowers are found in________.
(b) China rose
3. Tulip, onion, cucumber, guava, potato, brinjal, mustard, china rose – amongst these, how many have superior ovary?
4. Standard petal of a papilionaceous corolla is known as_______.
5. Free-central placentation is found in_______.
6. _________ is the large shield-shaped cotyledon, the wheat grain possesses in its embryo
7. These flowers show radial symmetry______.
8. Keel is the characteristics feature of the flower of_______.
9. These many plants among Salvia, Sesbania, Mustard, Indigofera, Aloe, Allium, groundnut, turnip, and radish gram possess stamens with diverse lengths in their flowers
10. is the floral formula of:
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