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Define inflorescence. On what basis are the two types of inflorescences identified? Explain the two types of inflorescences.

Asked by Topperlearning User 11th July 2014, 12:59 PM
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The arrangement of flowers on the floral axis is called an inflorescence.

Based on whether the apex gets converted into a flower or it continues to grow, the two types of inflorescences are identified as racemose and cymose.

The two types of inflorescences are as follows:

1. Racemose inflorescence: The main axis grows and the flowers grow laterally in acropetal succession.

2. Cymose inflorescence: The main axis terminates in a flower. Flowers are borne in basipetal order. The main axis has limited growth.

Answered by Expert 11th July 2014, 2:59 PM
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