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If the diploid number of a flowering plant is 36. What would be the chromosome number in its endosperm?

(a) 36

(b) 54

(c) 18

(d) 72


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Ans. The answer is the option (c) 54.

Explanation: Endosperm is formed through the fusion of a haploid male gamete and diploid secondary nucleus. Consequently, the endosperm has a triploid nucleus, which will have three times the number of chromosomes as in a haploid nucleus.

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