. Bisexual flowers have both


(a)          Stamen and pistil.

(b)          Ovary and ovule.

(c)           Stigma and style.

(d)          Anther and filament.

 

Best Answer

(a) stamen and pistil.

Explanation. Bisexual flowers bear both stamens and pistil together. Stamen is the male reproductive part of the flower and pistil is the female reproductive part of the flower. Mustard, Rose and Petunia plants have bisexual flowers.

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