The floral symmetry is called zygomorphic if a flower is

Options :
  1. divided into tow exactly equal halves by any vertical division passing through center
  2. showing radial symmetry
  3. divided into two exactly equal halves by only one vertical division passing through center
  4. none of the above
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Answer: Option 3


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