31.In mustard, carpels are: A. Free B. Fused C. Both a & b D. None of the above

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Muskan Anand

1 year ago

Option B. In mustard carpels are Fused.If two or more carpels are present, they may be separate from one another (distinct), termed apocarpous, or fused together (connate), termed syncarpous. Because of the frequent fusion of carpels, additional terms are useful in describing the female parts of a flower.

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