in Inflorescence by

1 Answer

0 votes

It is also called as amentum.

In this, the peduncle is unbranched and grows indefinitely.

Flowers are numerous and develop acropetally.

Flowers are bracteates and sessile.

The peduncle is weak and hence the whole inflorescence droops or hangs down. e.g., Acalypha, Quercus.

In Morus the staminate inflorescence is shed as a unit after the discharge of the pollen.

Biology Questions and Answers for Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12 students, Junior and Senior High Schools, Junior Colleges, Undergraduate biology programs and Medical Entrance exams.