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bisexual sessile and bracteate flowers develop acropetally inracemepaniclespikeCorymb

bisexual sessile and bracteate flowers develop acropetally inracemepaniclespikeCorymb

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Dr.Adam Shaik
askIITians Faculty 387 Points
5 years ago
If You observe the Below attached diagram its the spike which has flowers with sessile
nature.
So the answer is spike.
In the remaining all types the flowers are not sessile.
519-1556_inflorescence_types1.jpg

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