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A unisexual flower having no androecium is known as


A
Dithecous
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B
Dioecious
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C
Monoecious
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D
Pistillate
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Solution

The correct option is D Pistillate
  • A unisexual flower is a flower that contains three whorls as petals, sepals, the male reproductive structure (stamen) or the female reproductive structure (pistil). Hence it is also called an incomplete flower. 
  • A unisexual flower having no androecium is called a pistillate flower because the pistil or the gynoecium is the female reproductive part of the flower. Thus the correct answer is option D.

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