A unipinnate compound leaf appears very much like an ordinary branch with simple leaves. It can be differentiated from the branch in which of the following ways

Options :
  1. the leaflet of the compound leaf lack veins
  2. the branch possesses axillary buds in the leaf axil
  3. the compound leaf has a terminal bud
  4. none of these
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2


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