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Appeared in Year: 2014

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What are unique features of Brassicaceae? (Paper - 1, Section - B)


Unique features of Brassicaceae:

  • Habit: Usually annual or perennial herbs.

  • Root: Taproot system.

  • Stem: Herbaceous, erect and branched.

  • Leaves: - Simple, alternate, radical, usually entire, deeply lobed and pinnatifid (pinnately divided).

  • Flowers: - Bisexual, heterochlamydeous, actinomorphic and without subtending bracts (ebracteate).

  • Calyx: - 4 sepals, polysepalous and imbricate

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