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Gynoecium of a flower may be appocarpous or syncarpous. Explain with the help of an example each.

Gynoecium of a foyer is called as apocarpous when the carpels are free, e.g., in Ranunculus. Whereas it is called syncarpous when the carpels are fused. e.g., in Petunia.

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