A student while observing an embryo of a pea seed in the laboratory listed various parts of the embryo as given below:
Testa, Tegmen, Radicle, Plumule, Micropyle, Cotyledon.
On examining the list the teacher remarked that only three parts are correct. Select three correct parts from the above list:
(a) Testa, Radicle, Cotyleddon
(b) Tegmen, Radicle, Micropyle
(c) Cotyledon, Plumule, Testa
(d) Radicle, Cotyledon, Plumule
(d) A dicot embryo consists of radicle, plumule and a pair of cotyledons. Testa, tegmen and micropyle are the parts of the seed coat.
Concept: Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
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