Answer to Question #87877 in Other Biology for abubakar ahmed
The flower parts in Monocots are in multiples of three. As a result, their flowers and flower parts are grouped in three (three or six) and are called trimerous. Typically, there are three petals and three sepals (overall six tepals), three stamen, and commonly one stigma.For example, orchids have three outer (sepals) and three inner (petals) flower parts.
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