Explain the terms papilionaceous corolla

Answer:

Papilionaceous corolla is the special type of aestivation found in the family Papilionaceae in which there are five petals, the largest petal known as standard or vexillum overlapping the two lateral petals known as wings which in turn overlap two smallest anterior petals known as keels.

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