Q. 33.9( 8 Votes )
In a typical comp
In a typical complete, bisexual and hypogynous flower the arrangement of floral whorls on the thalamus from the outermost to the innermost is as follows:
Calyx – is the outermost part whorl of flower parts, consisting green leaf-like structures called sepals, which covers and protects the petals.
Corolla – is the second whorl of flower parts, which is composed of the flower’s petals.
Androecium - is the male reproductive part of the flower which is an essential whorl of the flower, it is made up of stamens.
Gynoecium - is the female reproductive part of the flower which is also an essential whorl of the flower, it is made up of pistils.
Therefore, the correct answer is (a).
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