The arrangement of leaves in which two opposite leaves of one node lie at right angle to those of the successive node results in

Options :
  1. four rows of the leaves on the stem
  2. two rows of the leaves on the stem
  3. six rows of the leaves on the stem
  4. eight rows of the leaves on the stem
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Answer: Option 2


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