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Select the correct option.
i) A typical flower only consists of fertile parts.
ii) Differentiation and further development of the floral primordium happens before several hormonal and structural changes are initiated.
iii) Floral buds are borne on the inflorescence axis. 
iv) The distal end of the filament in a stamen is attached to the thalamus or petal.
 
  1. i, ii and iii are correct
  2. All are correct
  3. i, ii and iv are incorrect
  4. All are incorrect


Solution

The correct option is C i, ii and iv are incorrect

A typical flower consists of both fertile as well as sterile parts. The decision that a plant is going to flower takes place much before the actual flowering takes place. Several hormonal and structural changes are initiated after which differentiation and further development of the floral primordium happens.

Floral primordia grow into floral buds that are borne on the inflorescence axis.

It is the proximal end of the filament in the stamen that is attached to the thalamus, tepal or petal.

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