When the margins of sepals or petals overlaps one another without any particular

When The Margins Of Sepals Or Petals Overlaps One Another Biology Question

When the margins of sepals or petals overlaps one another without any particular direction,the condition is termed as

Options

(a) vexillary
(b) imbricate
(c) twisted
(d) valvate

Correct Answer:

imbricate

Explanation:

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Subject: Biology (4113)

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