An epigynous flower is characterized by (1) Inferior ovary (2) Superior ovary (3) Oblique overy (4) Half superior and half inferior overy

Answer: (1)

In epigynous flowers, the ovary is inferior to the other three parts. Here, the thalamus encloses the ovary inside it and the other three whorls are located above this,

Examples – Cucumber, daffodil, etc.

A flower is called hypogynous having superior ovary. Oblique Ovary is observed in the Solanaceae group, and Flower is called perigynous, having a half-superior and half-inferior ovary.

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