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What is the meaning of Fabaceae?
The Fabaceae or Leguminosae, commonly known as the legume, pea, or bean family, are a large and economically important family of flowering plants. It includes trees, shrubs, and perennial or annual herbaceous plants, which are easily recognized by their fruit (legume) and their compound, stipulate leaves.
Which type of Placentation is seen in sweet pea?
Sweet pea or Lathyrus odoratus belongs to family leguminosae or fabaceae and in all the members of this family the placentation is marginal in which ovary is unilocular and ovules are borne on margin.
What are the various features of family Liliaceae?
|Leaves:||alternate, simple, linear, fleshy in some|
|Habit:||herbs,with underground storage organs (bulbs and rhizomes)|
|Distribution & Ecology:||cosmopolitan|
Which of the following is characteristic features of Fabaceae family?
Characteristics of Fabaceae Family
- Root: Dicotyledons, taproot with root nodules.
- Stem: Erect or climber; Fabaceae includes shrubs, herbs, trees and majorly climbers.
- Leaves: Petiolate, pinnately compound or simple; pulvinus leaf base, stipulate; reticulate venation.
Which of the following is a monocot family?
There are approximately 60,000 species of monocots, including the most economically important of all plant families, Poaceae (true grasses), and the largest of all plant families, Orchidaceae (orchids). Other prominent monocot families include Liliaceae (lilies), Arecaceae (palms), and Iridaceae (irises).
Which of the following is characteristic feature of Fabaceae?
Some important features of Fabaceae family are: they are dicotyledons, having taproot with root nodules. Stem is erect or climber. Leaves can be compound or simple. Racemose inflorescence is observed in these family plants.
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