The fragrance of flowers originates in special glands called

Options :
  1. Nectaries
  2. Osmophors
  3. Pneumatothodes
  4. Tyloses
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2

Explanation:

The fragrance of flowers originates in special glands called osmophors. They are distributed throughout the epidermis of petals or perianth. The osmophors occur in Asclepiadaceae, Araceae, Orchidaceae etc.

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