In Cassia, the posterior petal is overlapped by the two lateral ones which itself are overlapped by the two anterior ones. This represents the aestivation types of

Options :
  1. Quincuncial imbricate
  2. descending imbricate
  3. ascending imbricate
  4. induplicate valvate
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Answer: Option 3


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