Class 12 Biology Reproduction Sexual reproduction in Flowering Plants



Embryo of sunflower has
(a)
One cotyledon
(b)
Two cotyledon
(c)
Many cotyledon
(d)
No cotyledon
Correct answer: (b) 
Solution: 

All sunflowers (Helanthus annus) are dicots, they are dicotyledonous, meaning they have two cotyledons (baby leaves) when their seed germinates. Monocots have only one baby leaf when they emerge. Grasses are a good example of a monocot. So, the correct answer is 'Two cotyledons'.


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