Ovule development in Monocots is

Options :
  1. Crassinucellate
  2. Tenuinucellate
  3. Both Crassinucellate and Tenuinucellate
  4. Eccentric type
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

When the archesporium forms a primary parietal cell which differentiates the nucellus, the ovule is said to be crassinucellate e.g, Polypetalae and Monocots

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