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All sepals collectively constitute a structure termed as

A. Calyx

B. Corolla

C. Gynaecium

D. Androecium

Answer: Option A

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Sepals (collectively called the calyx) are modified leaves that encase the developing flower. They are sterile floral parts and may be either green or leaflike or composed of petal-like tissue.

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