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MCQ. Number of petals in Clitoria flowers are

  1. 4
  2. 5
  3. 6
  4. 7

B

MCQ. Nectar at base of androecium can be reached

  1. by any insect
  2. can cling to wings or feathers of visiting birds and insects
  3. can be sucked only by insects with a long proboscis
  4. by mosquitoes only

C

MCQ. In natural state, standard petal in Clitoria is

  1. ovulated
  2. at bottom
  3. at top
  4. pollinated

B

MCQ. Epicalyx in Clitoria is

  1. absent
  2. may be 2
  3. may be 4
  4. more than 4

B

MCQ. After pollens get attached to sticky stigma

  1. androecium dries
  2. androecium gets detached (withers off)
  3. keel petals enclose stamens and stigma again
  4. flower stops producing nectar as a mechanism to stop further visits of insects and bees

C