in Sexual reproduction in flowering plants by

1 Answer

0 votes

The floral adaptations shown by entomophilous flowers are:

  1. Flowers are large, conspicuous and brightly coloured to attract the insects.
  2. The flowers produce sweet smell and have nectar glands.
  3. The stigma is rough and sticky due to mucilaginous secretion.
  4. When flowers are small, they are grouped to produce inflorescence or some parts become attractive.