BotanyPalmately compound leaves.(a) Possess bud in the axil of leaflets.(b) Possess a number of leaflets attached laterally on the rachis.(c) Have leaflets attached at a common point, i.e,at the tip of petiole.(d) Are present in neem.

Palmately compound leaves.
(a) Possess bud in the axil of leaflets.
(b) Possess a number of leaflets attached laterally on the rachis.
(c) Have leaflets attached at a common point, i.e,at the tip of petiole.
(d) Are present in neem.

  1. A

    (b) and (d) only

  2. B

     (a), (b) and (d)

  3. C

    (c) only

  4. D

    (a) and (c) only.

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    Solution:

     In palmately compound leaves, 

    • axil buds may be found at the base of the whole compound leaf  It is however found in the axil of the whole compound leaf 
    • the leaflets are attached at a common point, i.e., at the tip of petiole
    • rachis is absent
    •  example silk cotton.

    Neem is an example for Pinnately compound leaf

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