Type of anther wall development seen in Anacardiaceae (mango family)

Options :
  1. Basic type
  2. Dicotyledonous type
  3. Monocotyledonous type
  4. Reduced type
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

In basic type of anther wall development, outer secondary parietyal layer gives rise to the endothecium and part of middle layers whereas the remaining middle layers and tapetum is given rise to by inner secondary parietal layer

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