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Gynoecium in custard apple is:

  1. Polycarpellary (numerous carpels), superior, closed and spirally packed over the stamens.
  2. Ovaries may be free or united.
  3. Each carpel possesses one or more basal or parietal, anatropous ovules.
  4. The placentation is basal, parietal or marginal.
  5. Style maybe absent. Stigma sessile.
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