24. A typical angiosperm flower consists of four floral parts. Give the names of the floral parts and their arrangements sequentially.


The four floral parts of typical angiospermic flower are
Calyx It is the outermost whorl of the flower and members are called calyx or sepals. These are usually green and are protective in function (in bud stage).
Corolla It is composed of petals, usually bright coloured to attract insects for pollination.
Androecium It is composed of stamens, the male reproductive organ. Each stamen has stalk or filament and anther (containing pollen sac and pollen grains).
Gynoecium It is the female reproductive part and made up of one or more carpels. Each carpel has stigma, style and ovary.