. Lady s finger belongs to family of

A: Malvaceae

B: Cruciferae

C: Compositae

D: None of the above


Best Answer

Explanation :- 

Lady’s finger leaves are alternate and stipulated.

They are generally perennial.

Androecium is monadelphous.

Sepals are five in number and have valvate aestivation.

Flowers are generally actinomorphic and hypogynous.

These characteristics are similar with the characteristics of family malvaceae.

Cruciferae and compositae do not have such characters.

Final answer :- 

The correct option is (A),i.e Malvaceae.



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