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1 Ovary Position & Plant condition
Bot 222 Reem Alotaibi

2 Ovary Position

3 Ovary Position

4 Plant condition Synoecious – a sexual condition in which the flowers on a plant are all perfect Monoecious – both staminate and carpellate flowers occur on the same individual Dioecious – staminate and carpellate flowers occur on separate individual 0plants

5 Plant condition

6 Hibiscus Rosa Scientific Classification Kingdom: Plantae
Scientific Classification Kingdom:             Plantae Division:       Magnoliophyta Class:             Magoliopsida  Order:                   Malvales Family:                  Malvaceae Genus:                 Hibiscus L. Species:        rosa

7 Hibiscus rosa Symmetry of the flower
Sepals (Collectively the Calyx, symbolized as K) Ø  Petals (Collectively the Corolla, symbolized as C) Ø  Stamens (Collectively the Androecium, symbolized as A) Ø  Carpels (Collectively the Gynoecium, symbolized as G)

8 Carpels (Collectively the Gynoecium, symbolized as G)
Considering the above factors in Hibiscus rosa-sinensis following features are observed: Bracteate flowers, represented as Br. Epicalyx is present below calyx, indicated as Brl. Actinomorphic symmetry is represented as Φ Flowers are basically bisexual represented as  5 sepals which are fused, represented as K(5)   5 petals which are free, represented as C5   Stamens are numerous and filaments of stamens are fused, represented as A(∞) 5 Carpels, fused and ovary is superior, represented as G(5)

9 Floral Diagram of Hibiscus
Floral Diagram is a graphical representation of parts and symmetry of a flower. Keeping in mind the above Floral formula we can derive the following Floral diagram for Hibiscus: Br. Brl. Φ  K(5) C5 A(∞) G(5)


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