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If stamens are arranged in two whorls with antipetalous outer whorl then the condition is Obdiplostamenous Diplostamenous Didynamous Epiphyllous

If stamens are arranged in two whorls with antipetalous outer whorl then the condition is
  1. Obdiplostamenous
  2. Diplostamenous
  3. Didynamous
  4. Epiphyllous

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Sumreet Johar State University of New York,Stony Brook, USA
askIITians Faculty 30 Points
7 years ago
Obdiplostemonous: Having two sets of stamens in alternating whorls, with the outer whorl opposite the petals.
Diplostamenous: having two whorls of stamens, with the outer whorl opposite the sepals and the inner whorl opposite the petals.
Didynamous: Having four stamens in two pairs of unequal length
Epiphyllous: stamens attached to the perianth.

So the correct answer is 1) Obdiplostemonous.

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