A typical angiosperm flower consists of four floral parts. Give the names of the floral parts and their arrangements sequentially.
Ans. The arrangement of four floral parts is as follows; starting from the periphery of the flower: Calyx, Corolla, Androecium And Gynoecium.
Calyx is the part of the flower which is made up of green leaf-like sepals. Corolla is the part of the flower which is composed of colourful petals. Androecium is the part of the flower which consists of stamens (filament and anther). Gynoecium is the part of the flower which is composed of carpel (stima, style and ovary).