Inflorescence in Euphorbia sp. is

Options :
  1. Cyathium
  2. Coenanthium
  3. Hypanthodium
  4. Verticillaster
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

A cyathium consists of a single central female flower surrounded by many groups of male flowers. In each group the male flower are borne in scorpioid manner. The inflorescence is surrounded by an involucre e.g., Euphorbia, Pedilanthus.

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