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Morphology Of The Flower

Morphology Of The Flower Flower is highly modified reproductive shoot. A typical flower consists of four distinct circles of whorls of floral leaves, the calyx, corolla, androecium and gynoecium, arranged on the thalamus. The calyx comprises of usually green floral leaves, the sepals and forms the outermost protective whorl. The corolla comprises of variously coloured [Continue]

Morphology Of Plants – The Roots

The Roots The root may be defined as the cylindrical plant organ which is devoid of chlorophyll, bearing no buds or leaves, and tending to grow downwards away from light. It is covered at its tip by the root-cap it bears fine, delicate hairs, the root-hairs which absorb water from the soil.  Types of Roots Roots [Continue]