Keel is characteristic of the flowers of:

Keel Is Characteristic Of The Flowers Of Biology Question

Keel is characteristic of the flowers of:


(a) Gulmohur
(b) Cassia
(c) Calotropis
(d) Bean

Correct Answer:



Keel is the characteristic of the flowers of family papilionaceae. For example, bean, gram, pea etc. The flowers of this family have butterfly shaped corolla. The outermost petals of these flowers is the largest and is called vexillum, the two largest petals are similar and have wings and the two anterior petals called keel are fused enclosing stamens and carpels

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Question Type: Memory (964)
Difficulty Level: Easy (1008)
Topics: Structural Organisation In Plants (243)
Subject: Biology (4253)

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