Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Gynandrous condition is related to
- Development of internode between stamen and pistil
- Presence of both male and female floral organs
- Androecium attached to gynoecium
- Presence of stamens in the centre of flower
Correct Answer: Option(c)
Solution: The gynandrous condition occurs when the androecium is attached with the gynoecium. It is depicted by the structures called gynostegium in the family Asclepiadaceae and gynostemium in the family Orchidaceae.
A. Gynophore is the extension of internode between stamen and pistil.
B. Presence of both male and female floral organs is called hermaphroditic condition.
C. Androecium attached to gynoecium is called gynandrous condition.
Hence, the correct answer is 'Androecium attached to gynoecium'.