The midrib of the leaf in a pinnately compound leaf is called

Options :
  1. Ramenta
  2. Rachis
  3. Peduncle
  4. Pedicel
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2

Explanation:

in pinnately compond leaves the leaflets are arranged on either sides of the rachis

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