A flower in which both, male and female reproductive organs are absent is called a neuter flower. E.g. Ray florets of a sunflower plant. · Aflower in which both, male and female reproductive organs are absent is called a neuter flower.
1.a) Bisexual flowers
4.vegetative reproduction (None of the above)
9) Presence of moisture in wind
14.All the three
15.All of these
16.From higher concentration to lower concentration.
18.Ampulla of oviduct
androecium and gynoecium are absent then neuter term given to flower
Androecium and Gynoecium are called 'essential whorls'because they perform the function of reproduction
1. a) incomplete flower
2. b) It has the corolla and calyx
3. c) Ovary
4. d) Pollen grains
5. a) Calyx and Corolla
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calyx and corolla
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A. Androecium and Gynoecium are present...