Differentiate between Racemose and cymose inflorescence

Asked by Pragya Singh | 11 months ago |  54

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Solution :-

Racemose inflorescence Cymose inflorescence
(1) Younger flowers are present at the tip
while older flowers are arranged at the base of
this inflorescence. Such an arrangement is
called acropetal succession
(1) Younger flowers are present at the base of
the inflorescence, while older flowers are
present at the top. Such an arrangement is
called basipetal succession
(2) The main axis in racemose inflorescence
continues to grow produce flowers laterally
(2) The main axis in cymose inflorescence
has limited growth, which later terminates
into a flower

 

Answered by Abhisek | 11 months ago

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