Study of External Morphology of Mustard Plant
External Morphology of Mustard Plant
This plant can be seen in winter season. It produces seeds and dies. It consists of roots, stem, branches, leaves and flowers. On functional basis it is divided into two parts:
- i) Vegetative parts:
These parts do not take part in sexual reproduction e.g. root, stern, branches and leaves.
- ii) Reproductive Parts:
These parts take part in sexual reproduction e.g. flower, fruit and seeds.
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