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when mycropyle, chalaza and funicle are in a strait line, the ovule is called orthotropous anatropous amphitropous campylotropous

when mycropyle, chalaza and funicle are in a strait line, the ovule is called
  1. orthotropous
  2. anatropous
  3. amphitropous
  4. campylotropous

Grade:12th pass

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Apoorva Arora IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 181 Points
6 years ago
The shape of the ovules as they develop often affects the final shape of the seeds. Plants generally produce ovules of four shapes: the most common shape is calledanatropous, with a curved shape.Orthotropousovules are straight with all the parts of the ovule lined up in a long row producing an uncurved seed. Campylotropous ovules have a curved megagametophyte often giving the seed a tight "C" shape. The last ovule shape is calledamphitropous, where the ovule is partly inverted and turned back 90 degrees on its stalk (the funicle orfuniculus).

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