A typical dicotyledonous embryo consists of A) Epicotyls, hypocotyls, plumule. B) Embryonal axis, two cotyledons C) Embryonal axis, hypocotyls D) Cotyledons, plumule

A typical dicotyledonous embryo consists of Embryonal axis, two cotyledons. The terminal portion of epicotyl forms the plumule while the terminal portion of the hypocotyl forms the radicle . An embryonic axis : It consists of three parts, namely, the plumule , radicle and hypocotyl .

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